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Act II, Scene I

The 2008 presidential campaign shows some signs that the political landscape is akin to that of four years ago. But dissatisfaction with the country's direction puts John McCain at a deficit.


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Poll Finds Independent Voters Split Between McCain, Obama
Article | Buoyed by a public mood favoring Democrats, Sen. Barack Obama begins the general-election campaign holding a narrow advantage over Sen. John McCain, with independent voters emerging as a constituency critical to the Republican's hopes of winning the presidency in November.

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