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A candidate regroups

Dean returns to his message

By Glen Johnson
Globe Staff / January 22, 2004

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MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Howard Dean is hoping to reenergize his presidential bid with a strong antiestablishment message, a process that he began yesterday with a speech denouncing corporate influence on politics and the media, and that his aides say he will continue tonight in a debate that may form a final impression of him among New Hampshire voters. (Full Article: 642 Words)

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