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Kamala Harris' new book builds her case for a White House bid

WASHINGTON - Kamala Harris hasn't launched a bid for the presidency yet, but she has launched the narrative around which her campaign would be built.

Hers is the latest political autobiography to hit the shelves. In a medium as predictable for White House aspirants as an Iowa stump speech, the book hews to caution, as most such volumes do, offering details on confrontations only with the most obvious villains, such as former White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly and JPMorgan Chase Chief Executive Jamie Dimon.

Yet it also provides an early glimpse at how Harris would position herself

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