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In Iowa, candidates find positives in going negative

Obama declared his intention to get tough with Clinton, but Edwards went further, casting her as a captive of special interests. Obama declared his intention to get tough with Clinton, but Edwards went further, casting her as a captive of special interests. (Scott Olson/Getty Images)
By Peter S. Canellos
Globe Columnist / January 1, 2008

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DES MOINES - The Iowa presidential caucuses are supposed to represent the triumph of face-to-face campaigning over attack ads and candidate posturing on televised debates. (Full article: 749 words)

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