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Kerry revives '92 election theme to attack Bush

Average citizens neglected, he says

By Patrick Healy
Globe Staff / May 19, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- Resurrecting a theme that helped scuttle the first President Bush's reelection hopes in 1992, Senator John F. Kerry contended yesterday that the current incumbent is unresponsive to the concerns of average Americans, from drivers and summer vacationers worried about gas-pump prices to older adults struggling with layoffs and health care premiums. (Full Article: 1005 Words)

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