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Kerry looks to neutralize 'Mass. liberal' tag

By Patrick Healy
Globe Staff / March 7, 2004

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HOUSTON -- Ask John F. Kerry for his views on the environment, and he'll smile as he recalls painting Storrow Drive "biodegradable green" to celebrate Earth Day in 1970, or he'll borrow a phrase from President Kennedy and declare that America should "go to the moon right here on Earth" in a quest for alternatives to fossil fuels. (Full Article: 1082 Words)

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