By Thomas Ferraro SEATTLE, May 27 (Reuters) - Democratic White House challenger John Kerry on Thursday proposed a national security policy to better fight terror and repair what he described as the damage caused by President George W. Bush's go-it-alone bullying. "There is still a powerful yearning around the world for an America that listens and leads again -- an America that is respected, and not just feared," Kerry declared in remarks prepared for delivery at a campaign event in ...
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