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Duty -- and ambition

By Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / January 18, 2004

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John Forbes Kerry's first draft for his Yale University class oration was a vapid affair, with predictable phrases about how the class of 1966 must be prepared for an uncertain future. The words were already published in his class yearbook. But when Kerry delivered the oration, the young man who frequently told classmates that he dreamed of being president switched ... (Full Article: 795 Words)

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