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Support low, Bush isolated by GOP

Many fear '08 a referendum on president

By Rick Klein
Globe Staff / April 28, 2007

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President Bush is entering a critical point in his presidency as an increasingly isolated figure within the Republican Party: He has suffered some high-profile defections from his inner circle, presidential candidates are rushing to distance themselves from his administration, and rank-and-file Republicans are expressing growing disillusionment with the scandals and mismanagement that have rocked the White House. (Full article: 854 words)

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