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Hands off the Citgo sign

October 9, 2006

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TO PROTEST Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez's over-the-top description of President Bush as ``the devil," Boston City Councilor Jerry McDermott wants to remove the landmark Citgo sign in Kenmore Square and replace it with an American flag. Citgo is a subsidiary of Venezuela's government-owned oil company. As capitalism is going, though, it might be owned in a few years by Chevron ... (Full article: 452 words)

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