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National Perspective

Allies' approaches differ on race issue

By Peter S. Canellos
Globe Columnist / September 25, 2007

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WASHINGTON - Of all political marriages of convenience, the union of Senator Barack Obama of Illinois and the Rev. Jesse Jackson, a fellow Chicagoan, is among the most freighted. The two men need each other's support, yet also need to keep their distance. Each serves as a standing critique of the other, yet they profess to share similar goals. (Full article: 766 words)

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