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Clinton, Obama offer chance to fix US image

Hillary Clinton attended church in Waterloo, Iowa, Sunday with her husband, Bill. Democrats are so distressed by America's low image in the world that many voters seem to be looking for the biggest possible change in the White House. Hillary Clinton attended church in Waterloo, Iowa, Sunday with her husband, Bill. Democrats are so distressed by America's low image in the world that many voters seem to be looking for the biggest possible change in the White House. (jim young/reuters)
By Peter S. Canellos
Globe Columnist / December 25, 2007

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FORT DODGE, Iowa - At his final campaign stop last Tuesday, former President Bill Clinton called attention to his wife's international experience. She visited 83 countries, he said. In polls of many nations, people preferred her to all other candidates of both parties. And when it came to making peace in Northern Ireland - which he described as one of ... (Full article: 778 words)

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