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United States

20 September 2007

Newsday (New York)

WASHINGTON — Rudy Giuliani takes his presidential pitch to the National Rifle Association Friday — a group he once likened to "extremists" — but his past record as the Republican Party's biggest gun-control booster will make it almost impossible for him to win broad support, activists say. In fact, a scheduling coincidence Friday shows just how hard it is for Giuliani to escape his past: He speaks to an NRA meeting here on the very same day his 2000 lawsuit... (

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