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Democrats ply wider range of economic woes

Free-trade focus shifts to consumers' struggles

By Sasha Issenberg
Globe Staff / March 31, 2008

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JOHNSTOWN, Pa. - Hillary Clinton's campaign has presented Pennsylvania's primary as a repeat performance of her Ohio victory earlier this month, in which a hard line on free trade helped Clinton claim bona fides on economic issues and forge an emotional connection with blue-collar voters. (Full article: 1407 words)

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