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National Perspective

Enforcing public interest can be bad political move

By Peter S. Canellos
Globe Staff / December 21, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- Eliot Spitzer's first name could be an homage to Eliot Ness, the G-man who cleaned up Chicago in the 1930s and whose square-jawed determination to enforce the public will Spitzer has updated for the 21st century. (Full article: 877 words)

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