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Brian McGrory

Not ecstasy, but pride in Boston's complex son

By Brian McGrory
Globe Columnist / July 26, 2004

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Every time I walk down the gum-stained sidewalks of lower Boylston Street, where I found myself yesterday morning, I can't help but recall the night about a dozen years ago when I saw John F. Kerry in a hand-groping lip-lock with a woman probably half his age. (Full Article: 725 Words)

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