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Candidates address voters' fears

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By Scott Helman
Globe Staff / September 17, 2008

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GOLDEN, Colo. - With the Wall Street crisis deepening, the major presidential candidates took divergent approaches in their appeals to anxious voters yesterday, with John McCain casting himself as an outspoken populist outraged at corporate greed and Barack Obama hammering what he called a Republican-led climate of deregulation that McCain championed. (Full article: 1081 words)

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