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Jeff Jacoby

What the convention is worth

By Jeff Jacoby
April 15, 2004

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IF THERE IS one thing that Boston's politicians, journalists, and corporate eminentos seem to know for a fact, it is that the Democratic National Convention will more than pay for itself by showering the city's economy with $150 million in new economic activity. (Full Article: 853 Words)

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