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Romney urges more be spent on defense and energy research

Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney (right) walked with his wife Ann and George H. W. Bush yesterday before a foreign policy speech at the former president's library at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney (right) walked with his wife Ann and George H. W. Bush yesterday before a foreign policy speech at the former president's library at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. (BEN SKLAR/GETTY IMAGES)
By Scott Helman
Globe Staff / April 11, 2007

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COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Mitt Romney, giving one of his first major addresses on foreign policy yesterday, called for the United States to commit far greater resources to national defense, including higher military spending, 100,000 new troops, and government investment in an "energy revolution" to make the country more self-sufficient. (Full article: 799 words)

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