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Thomas Oliphant

Who reelected Bush?

By Thomas Oliphant
Globe Columnist / November 14, 2004

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WASHINGTON GIVE OR TAKE a nuance, President Bush was reelected because he was seen as a strong, consistent force in the battle against terrorism by just enough voters who disagree with him on most other major issues. (Full article: 845 words)

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