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In protesting the president, civility rules

Commercial fisherman Tony Cavalo of New Bedford made the trip to Martha’s Vineyard to protest federal fishing regulations. Commercial fisherman Tony Cavalo of New Bedford made the trip to Martha’s Vineyard to protest federal fishing regulations. (Bill Greene/ Globe Staff)
By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / August 26, 2009

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VINEYARD HAVEN - This is not Crawford, Texas. When George W. Bush was in the White House, protesters flooded the barren fields near his ranch, holding signs in 100-degree weather, sleeping in tents, and shouting at his motorcade. (Full article: 983 words)

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