At 33 and fresh out of Boston College Law School, John Kerry went to work at the sleepy district attorney's office of Middlesex County in Cambridge, Ma. There, says the Los Angeles Times, Kerry hunkered down to nurture his political aspirations, to learn the legal profession, and to prove himself as a prosecutor and an administrator. His campaign plans to highlight this part of his resume to help show that he has the toughness to be President. At the district attorney's office, Kerry nearly tripled the size of the operation, introduced specialized units, and won a conviction . . .
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