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National Perspective

Support of Gonzales affirms power play

The Bush administration's willingness to withstand its own party's disdain for Attorney General Alberto Gonzales probably springs not from loyalty but from self-interest. The Bush administration's willingness to withstand its own party's disdain for Attorney General Alberto Gonzales probably springs not from loyalty but from self-interest. (WIN MCNAMEE/GETTY IMAGES)
By Peter S. Canellos
Globe Columnist / April 24, 2007

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WASHINGTON -- Attorney General Alberto Gonzales is trying to do something few have done: Outlive a Washington scandal. And he's trying to do it with little or no support from Republicans in Congress. (Full article: 747 words)

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