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Kerry defends Edwards against claims of inexperience

Says running mate more fit to lead than Bush was in 2000

By Patrick Healy
Globe Staff / July 12, 2004

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Democratic presidential candidate Senator John F. Kerry, in a national television interview last night, compared the youthfulness of his running mate, Senator John Edwards of North Carolina, to that of President John F. Kennedy, and said Edwards was ''more qualified" to lead the nation than George W. Bush was four years ago. (Full Article: 822 Words)

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