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Clark makes inroads on N.H. trail

By Joanna Weiss
Globe Staff / January 10, 2004

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PETERBOROUGH, N.H. -- This was once Howard Dean turf, the southwestern New Hampshire landscape of maple trees and pacifists. But here at a midday meet-the-candidate event, some 600 people overstuffed Town Hall and cheered retired Army General Wesley K. Clark. And outside, a Dean operative was passing out anti-Clark fliers -- which the Clark camp took, in a way, as ... (Full Article: 1037 Words)

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