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Jeff Jacoby

The right kind of diversity

By Jeff Jacoby
Globe Columnist / September 2, 2004

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EARL CUNNINGHAM is one stalwart conservative. A 73-year-old Army and Navy veteran who fought in two wars, Cunningham describes himself as "prolife, profamily, proguns, and probusiness." He is unalterably opposed to same-sex marriage and affirmative action, and he particularly admires the fact that his state's governor is a born-again Christian. Doris Oliveira, by contrast, is a pretty determined ... (Full Article: 801 Words)

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