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Small crowds suit McCain, for now

John McCain spoke to software company workers yesterday during a stop in St. Louis. He will be in New Hampshire today. John McCain spoke to software company workers yesterday during a stop in St. Louis. He will be in New Hampshire today. (Gerald Herbert/Associated Press)
By Sasha Issenberg
Globe Staff / March 12, 2008

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HARRISBURG, Pa. - For more than two months, John McCain's advisers have said they wished the rest of the country were just like New Hampshire: a place where well-informed voters were willing to sit through long, detailed policy conversations and then vote for the candidate who most enjoyed disagreeing with them. (Full article: 561 words)

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