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BASEBALL, BULLETS, AND BEER

Gingerly, Kerry plumbs politics of guyhood

By Glen Johnson
Globe Staff / October 22, 2004

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio --Bleary-eyed from watching the Red Sox past midnight and getting up before dawn to go goose hunting, John F. Kerry emerged from his armored sport-utility vehicle near midday yesterday, pumping his fist and pointing to his Sox cap -- which was in his hand, not on his head. (Full article: 935 words)

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