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MAKING CONNECTIONS

Kerry takes steps to unbutton his emotions

Among aides, personal side seen as lacking

By Patrick Healy
Globe Staff / October 17, 2004

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APPLETON, Wis. -- With 16 days left to make his case to voters, John F. Kerry is trying to break through as a crowd-pleasing, storytelling political salesman -- although in many ways his communications style remains more buttoned-up and workmanlike than dazzling, according to some campaign advisers, allies, and analysts of presidential rhetoric. (Full article: 1156 words)

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