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In steel country, voters put focus on trade policy

After Terry Ross lost his job as a steelworker in Sharon, Pa., he spent days picking corn in the early morning and then tending his roadside stand. After Terry Ross lost his job as a steelworker in Sharon, Pa., he spent days picking corn in the early morning and then tending his roadside stand. (Travis Dove for The Boston Globe)
By Brian C. Mooney
Globe Staff / September 29, 2008

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Third in a series of occasional articles. SHARON, Pa. - For 14 years, Terry Ross was a union steelworker, making pipe and a good life for his family. But since the plant in Sharon shut down in 2006, Ross has spent late summer days picking corn in the early morning and then tending his roadside stand, selling "Bodacious Sweet Corn," ... (Full article: 1557 words)

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