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Bush's moves on war, economy fall short, Kerry campaign says

By Glen Johnson
Globe Staff / June 15, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- Outreach to allies and the United Nations over Iraq, a decline in jobless numbers, and even gas prices that have dipped in recent days are allowing President Bush to chip away at some of John F. Kerry's campaign criticisms, but aides to the Democratic candidate believe the improvements are too little, too late, and swing voters will break ... (Full Article: 977 Words)

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