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Palin plunges into the fray

Rips Obama, defends her experience, small-town roots

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By Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / September 4, 2008

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ST. PAUL - Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, seeking to overcome a turbulent debut, last night introduced herself to the country as a tough-talking small-town "hockey mom" eager to play the traditional running mate's attack role, mocking Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama as an ill-prepared politician driven by personal ambition. (Full article: 1346 words)

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