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9/11 anniversary events boost White House

President touted antiterrorism efforts on trips

By Rick Klein
Globe Staff / September 18, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- Public confidence in President Bush's leadership appears to be rising since last week's campaign-style blitz touting his record in fighting terrorism, generating optimism among Republican lawmakers and operatives that they will be able to avoid losing control of Congress in the fall. (Full article: 1227 words)

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