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Democrats split on a 2d run by Kerry

Some embrace recent rhetoric; others say it's time for a new face

By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / June 26, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- Senator John F. Kerry has intensified his quest to regain the Democratic presidential nomination with a sharp move to the left, presenting himself in high-profile speeches and Senate debates as an unfettered lawmaker and would-be presidential candidate who learned from his 2004 loss that he must fight harder for what he believes. (Full article: 1300 words)

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