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Parties trading blame on bin Laden

Debate rages over why terror chief wasn't stopped

By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / September 26, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- President Bill Clinton's angry defense of his administration's efforts to eliminate Osama bin Laden has set off a new round of charges about whether Democrats or Republicans are to blame for allowing the Al Qaeda leader to remain a national security threat for more than a decade. (Full article: 968 words)

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