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A Massachusetts conservative

How Mitt Romney (and other GOP hopefuls) might take a cue from Calvin Coolidge, the last Bay State governor to make it to the White House

By David Greenberg
February 11, 2007

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Well before Senator John F. Kerry went windsurfing in 2004, the failed presidential bids of Michael Dukakis and Paul Tsongas had all but doomed Massachusetts Democrats seeking the White House. In former governor Mitt Romney, however, a new kind of Bay State presidential aspirant is now taking the national stage: A conservative Republican who tacked to the center to get ... (Full article: 2207 words)

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