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Barack Obama, shown in Cincinnati yesterday, has taken a different tone on the Clinton years since the primaries. Barack Obama, shown in Cincinnati yesterday, has taken a different tone on the Clinton years since the primaries. (Jim Young/Reuters)
By Scott Helman
Globe Staff / October 10, 2008

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ABINGTON, Pa. - Barack Obama likes to draw inspiration from Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther King Jr., but his apparent role model of late is someone a bit more contemporary: Bill Clinton. (Full article: 1162 words)

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