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National security takes center stage

Democrats, GOP seize on an issue for fall campaigns

By Rick Klein
Globe Staff / September 6, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- As Congress returned to Capitol Hill yesterday for its final pre-election push, both Republicans and Democrats sought to center the fall campaigns on national security issues, with Democrats pushing to oust Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld over the Iraq war and Republicans looking to authorize warrantless wiretaps of terrorist suspects. (Full article: 904 words)

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