THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS of 2004 placed incumbent President George W. Bush against fourth-term Massachusetts Senator John F. Kerry. The Republican nomination went uncontested, with Bush again choosing Richard (“Dick”) Cheney as his vice presidential running mate. Democratic ...

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