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Drawing contrasts, setting standards

April 17, 2004

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Excerpts from speeches written primarily by Robert M. Shrum: John F. Kerry: ''Two Roads for the Democratic Party" Dec. 27, 2003, Manchester, N.H. In a major address, Kerry used the imagery of a famous poem by Robert Frost, who had lived in New Hampshire, to draw stark contrasts between himself and both his chief Democratic rival, Howard Dean, and Republican ... (Full Article: 586 Words)

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