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Is it all worth just three hours of network TV?

By Matthew Gilbert
Globe Staff / July 29, 2004

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This week, the Democratic National Convention has been "The Last Hurrah," "A Star Is Born," "Casablanca," and "In the Heat of the Night" all in one. It has been a festival of evocative moments -- the enduring spirit of Senator Edward M. Kennedy, the revelatory passion of comer Barack Obama, the world-weary wisdom of Teresa Heinz Kerry, the righteous anger ... (Full Article: 699 Words)

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