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A FRONT-RUNNER'S DILEMMA

As Kerry surges, feistiness seen slipping

By Patrick Healy
Globe Staff / February 19, 2004

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DAYTON, Ohio -- John F. Kerry, wrangling with rival John Edwards over jobs and trade in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, arrived in this city with 26 percent unemployment yesterday and scored some political points off the Bush administration -- though not quite in slam-dunk fashion. (Full Article: 654 Words)

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