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Obama and Cheney clash on fight against terror

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By Joseph Williams and Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / May 22, 2009

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WASHINGTON - In back-to-back speeches, President Obama and former vice president Dick Cheney faced off yesterday, both forcefully presenting their sharply different views on how to keep America safe from terrorism, the effectiveness of harsh interrogations, and whether the 240 Guantanamo Bay detainees pose an imminent danger if brought to American soil. (Full article: 1184 words)

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