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AT HOME IN WASHINGTON

D.C. haunts reflect his goals, challenges

Barack Obama held Charles Rollins, 1, yesterday as he visited Calvin Coolidge High School yesterday in Washington D.C. Barack Obama held Charles Rollins, 1, yesterday as he visited Calvin Coolidge High School yesterday in Washington D.C. (Charles Dharapak/ Associated Press)
January 20, 2009

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The Obamas of Chicago are the first true urbanites to move into the White House since the Kennedys of Boston in 1961, and around the neighborhood there are high hopes that Obama becomes a more engaged Washingtonian than his recent predecessors. (Full article: 596 words)

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