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NAACP Urged Into New Role
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NAACP Urged Into New Role

BY Larry Eichel

PHILADELPHIA - On July 11 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, NAACP chairman Julian Bond rose to address the 95th annual convention of the nation's largest and oldest civil rights organization. Bond excoriated President Bush and the Republicans, accusing the party of appealing "to the dark underside of American culture" and relying on "the politics of racial division to win elections."

01/02/2005
GOP rivals start jockeying
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GOP rivals start jockeying

BY Tom Turcol

With Gov. McGreevey's scandal-scarred administration coming to an end, New Jersey Republicans seeking to exploit the Democrat's political downfall are openly feuding over the nomination to replace him. The GOP infighting grew more intense yesterday, even as McGreevey was giving a farewell speech that refocused attention on the controversy that prompted his abrupt resignation and boosted Republican hopes of reclaiming the Governor's Office in 2005. But Republicans were too preoccupied with their own battles to celebrate.

11/09/2004