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In Mo., hecklers try to derail Kerry team

By Patrick Healy
Globe Staff / August 7, 2004

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SEDALIA, Mo. -- Harry Truman gave 'em hell when his whistle-stop train tour pulled into Sedalia in 1948, but it was the townspeople of this pro-Bush burg who made life rough for John F. Kerry, John Edwards, and their wives just before midnight Thursday. (Full Article: 1025 Words)

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