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Antidote for 'toxic' politics, packed with its own venom

Obama deplores attacks as he uses similar tactics

On the eve of today's key presidential primary in Pennsylvania, Democratic candidate Senator Barack Obama met with people at Glider Diner in Scranton. On the eve of today's key presidential primary in Pennsylvania, Democratic candidate Senator Barack Obama met with people at Glider Diner in Scranton. (jae c. hong/associated press)
By Sasha Issenberg
Globe Staff / April 22, 2008

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PHILADELPHIA - Barack Obama strode through the closing days of the Pennsylvania campaign reintroducing himself to voters as a good-government vigilante, ready to combat "petty, trivial, slash-and-burn, tit-for-tat politics" - while seeming to adopt some of those techniques himself. (Full article: 506 words)

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