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MCNAMARA IDEOLOGY SEEN AS CLOSE TO REAGAN'S
[THIRD Edition]
Boston Globe (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Boston, Mass.
Author: Ribadeneira, Diego
Date: Sep 25, 1986
Start Page: 19
Section: NATIONAL/FOREIGN
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Two years ago, [Frank Luke McNamara Jr.] was named the first Massachusetts chairman of the Citizens for America by national leader Lewis E. Lehrman, a former New York gubernatorial candidate. The group was founded in August 1983 at [Ronald Reagan]'s behest to provide a grass-roots vehicle to promote the president's economic and foreign policy goals.

William Barnstead, who lost to McNamara in the 1982 Republican primary in the 8th Congressional District, said McNamara's political beliefs "may be the overpowering reason why he was chosen."

McNamara was admitted to the bar in June 1977 and was an associate in the Boston law firm of Choate, Hall and Stewart before becoming a founding partner in the firm of Vena, McNamara, Truelove and Lahey, where he works.

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