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Kerry's jabs at Bush grow more personal

'Fired-up' rival hits president on Iraq, job losses

By Patrick Healy
Globe Staff / April 29, 2004

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Senator John F. Kerry, whose attacks on President Bush this week have becoming increasingly personal in tone, told voters yesterday that the Iraq occupation was faltering because of Bush's own ''pride" and that the president was afraid to ''look the people in the eye who have lost their job." (Full Article: 761 Words)

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