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In college speech, Kerry upbraids Bush administration

Tests waters for presidential run

By Peter S. Canellos
Globe Staff / September 20, 2005

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PROVIDENCE -- Nearly a year after losing the presidency to George W. Bush, Senator John F. Kerry yesterday condemned the Bush administration in sweeping terms, blaming the president personally for the failure to prepare for the catastrophe in Louisiana, dismissing Bush's recovery plan as a ''right-wing ideological experiment," and calling for a strong new commitment to combat poverty around the ... (Full article: 947 words)

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