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Whatever you may think about Kerry, he emerges in these pages as a man who's strong enough not to worry that in telling the truth about himself, he might look weak.The Kerry who lost to George W. Bush in 2004 was an incomplete man.Kerry let himself be "Swift-boated," as it came to be known, by enemies who lied about his record and, when he protested, kept on lying.For Kerry, it was a moment when he stopped listening to other people and found his inner voice.Kerry started doing things that a calculating politician wouldn't do. Kerry's pursuit of virtue has always annoyed some people.Kerry has been the good boy, the dutiful son, the decorated veteran who switched to the anti-war movement, the ingratiating but slightly aloof politician.Inevitably, people have been asking Kerry this month whether he's interested in running for president again.
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