Under-pressure Obama to ‘take the fight’ to McCain

Aides to Barack Obama are promising to wage a more aggressive presidential election campaign as they try to recover from a period when the Democratic candidate was knocked off his stride, with his Republican opponent, John McCain, taking the lead in

13th September, 2008

Aides to Barack Obama are promising to wage a more aggressive presidential election campaign as they try to recover from a period when the Democratic candidate was knocked off his stride, with his Republican opponent, John McCain, taking the lead in several opinion polls.

McCain appears to have gained ground as a consequence of the Republican convention in general, and his selection of Alaska governor Sarah Palin as his running mate in particular. Last week,...

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