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Kerry compares black, gay struggles

Cites Bush's record of 'broken promises'

By Patrick Healy
Globe Staff / March 8, 2004

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JACKSON, Miss. -- During a campaign swing through Mississippi yesterday, Senator John F. Kerry excoriated President Bush from the lectern of a black church, insisted that New England has much in common with the Deep South, and decried the "crucifixion" of the young gay man Matthew Shepard as he compared civil rights for blacks to gay and lesbian rights. (Full Article: 1071 Words)

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