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Obama strikes populist chord

Tells Ind. voters that their taxes won't increase

Barack Obama drew a crowd of about 35,000 people yesterday at the American Legion Mall in Indianapolis. Barack Obama drew a crowd of about 35,000 people yesterday at the American Legion Mall in Indianapolis. (EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images)
By Scott Helman
Globe Staff / October 24, 2008

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INDIANAPOLIS - Senator Barack Obama, returning to his usual economic plank yesterday, seized on John McCain's advocacy for corporate tax breaks, asserting that McCain "wants to keep on putting corporations ahead of workers." (Full article: 634 words)

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