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'Enemies' phenomenon makes for a good story

By David Mehegan
Globe Staff / April 3, 2004

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In an election year full of strange events -- including the meteoric rise and fall of Howard Dean and the resurrection of John F. Kerry -- the Richard A. Clarke phenomenon may be the most remarkable. Possibly not since Harriet Beecher Stowe's "Uncle Tom's Cabin" in 1852 has a book by an unknown writer so monopolized the nation's political attention. ... (Full Article: 1266 Words)

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