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THIRD-PARTY FACTOR

Nader met with cheers, jeers at Harvard

By Michael S. Schmidt
Globe Correspondent / October 5, 2004

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CAMBRIDGE -- Third-party presidential candidate Ralph Nader came to Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government last night to deliver a speech on barriers to the presidency, and ran into some obstacles of his own. He was challenged several times by audience members who see him as a threat to Senator John F. Kerry's campaign. (Full Article: 490 Words)

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