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Turnaround

Kerry kept eye toward a win

By Patrick Healy
Globe Staff / March 3, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- On a late December night in Iowa, as the wind howled on Interstate 80 and his campaign bus rattled over frost heaves every quarter-mile or so, John F. Kerry mulled the question: In his heart of hearts, did he think he could rise from the political dead, from so far down in the polls, and somehow win Iowa, ... (Full Article: 949 Words)

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