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Bush used selective data in his address, critics say

Incomplete picture is alleged by some on Iraq and jobs

By Susan Milligan and Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / January 22, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- President Bush's State of the Union speech painted a rosy picture of his administration's foreign and domestic accomplishments. But the president's selective use of information -- and, critics say, some exaggerations -- obscured the troubles plaguing the economy at home and democracy-building efforts overseas. (Full Article: 813 Words)

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