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Vietnam veterans

Former sailor is drawn into battle

Archfoe reemerges to condemn Kerry

By Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / May 5, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- Thirty-three years ago, a young sailor named John O'Neill was sitting in the Oval Office, talking with President Nixon and his counsel, Charles Colson, about an effort to take on an antiwar leader named John F. Kerry. For nearly an hour, Nixon sought to buck up O'Neill, recalling how he, Nixon, had taken on the communists and suggesting ... (Full Article: 601 Words)

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