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Georgia pit stop

Carter offers visiting Dean praise, and a correction

By Glen Johnson
Globe Staff / January 19, 2004

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PLAINS, Ga. -- Amid polls indicating that he was losing his lead in Iowa, Howard Dean sought spiritual and political salvation yesterday in Jimmy Carter's church and hometown. What he found was a pleasant send-off from the former president on the eve of the Iowa caucuses, but also the minor embarrassment of Carter contradicting him about who sought the largely ... (Full Article: 790 Words)

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