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In hard-luck Youngstown, Bill Clinton makes an appeal to the common man

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio  - Former president Bill Clinton said Wednesday that he understands the appeal of the man he calls only "Hillary's opponent" to those who feel economically deprived and out of step with a fast-changing society, but he warned that "voting our resentments" is shortsighted. "Look, there's a reason for the road rage today," Clinton said as […]
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