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Obama, Clinton clash over Social Security, healthcare, electability

Romney, McCain claim mantle of conservatism

By Michael Levenson and Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / February 4, 2008

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Two days before Super Tuesday, Democrats Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton sparred yesterday over Social Security, healthcare, and electability, while Mitt Romney intensified his efforts to rally conservative voters to his side by sounding the alarm about his chief Republican rival, John McCain. (Full article: 976 words)

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