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Q & A John Edwards

By Kate Bolick
December 3, 2006

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FOLLOWERS OF THE 2004 vice presidential campaign will no doubt recall John Edwards's stump speech tributes to his modest upbringing. As a boy, he moved from house to house. His father was a mill worker who was eventually promoted to supervisor; their homes were small places on dirt roads, or in housing projects. By the time the family of five ... (Full article: 1238 words)

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