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In final push in Pa., Clinton puts emphasis on local roots

Rests her fate on the support of working class

As part of her final swing though Pennsylvania, Democratic presidential hopeful Senator Hillary Clinton greeted supporters at a rally at the Scranton Cultural Center yesterday. As part of her final swing though Pennsylvania, Democratic presidential hopeful Senator Hillary Clinton greeted supporters at a rally at the Scranton Cultural Center yesterday. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
By Scott Helman
Globe Staff / April 22, 2008

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SCRANTON, Pa. - The Hillary Clinton who sought to close the deal with Pennsylvania voters yesterday was not the policy wonk, not the healthcare specialist, not even the thick-skinned, I-can-take-whatever-Republicans-throw-at-me veteran of partisan politics. (Full article: 559 words)

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