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Democrat outside looking in

Hailed abroad, Dean not part of Obama's circle

ALEX BRANDON/ASSOCIATED PRESS/file 2008Former DNC chairman Howard Dean praises President Obama not as a transformative figure, but as one who merely fulfilled the transformations already underway around him. ALEX BRANDON/ASSOCIATED PRESS/file 2008Former DNC chairman Howard Dean praises President Obama not as a transformative figure, but as one who merely fulfilled the transformations already underway around him. (ALEX BRANDON/ASSOCIATED PRESS/file 2008)
By Sasha Issenberg
Globe Staff / March 20, 2009

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HARROGATE, England - "I could have kissed you," Lynne Featherstone, a member of Britain's Parliament, told Howard Dean after a midday address to the Liberal Democrats' spring conference in which he explained how the Internet could be an effective tool to energize activists and enlist new supporters. (Full article: 1221 words)

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