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Baker defends angry tone

Says in debate that responses reflect the frustration of voters

From left, Governor Deval Patrick, a Democrat, Charles D. Baker, a Republican, and Timothy P. Cahill, who is running as an independent, participated in a sometimes impassioned debate on WTKK radio yesterday. From left, Governor Deval Patrick, a Democrat, Charles D. Baker, a Republican, and Timothy P. Cahill, who is running as an independent, participated in a sometimes impassioned debate on WTKK radio yesterday. (Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff)
By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / September 17, 2010

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Republican Charles D. Baker, after once again showing flashes of anger in a gubernatorial debate, defended yesterday his rising emotions on the campaign trail, saying he is angry at state government and channeling the “tenor of the times.’’ (Full article: 803 words)

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