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Anonymity cloaks busy nerve center

There is little sign that this building in the North End is the hub of Mitt Romney’s national campaign. There is little sign that this building in the North End is the hub of Mitt Romney’s national campaign. (Josh Reynolds for the Boston Globe)
By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / April 12, 2012
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The plan to make Mitt Romney the next president of the United States is being hatched deep in the heart of a city that conservatives across the country view as enemy territory: Boston. A gray-and-tan former furniture store overlooking the waterfront on the tip of the North End has served as the Romney campaign’s headquarters since 2006. But now that Romney is the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, it is turning into the nationwide nerve center of Republican aspirations to return to the Oval Office

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