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To AARP, Obama praises grandmother he once said may not have deserved hip-replacement surgery

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President Obama opened his speech to the annual convention AARP, the nation’s top seniors lobby, with some warm, nostalgic recollections of his maternal grandmother: And today is especially poignant for me I think because I can’t help to think about my grandmother, Madelyn Dunham. During World War II, she worked on a bomber assembly line, with a baby at home, while her husband was off serving...

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