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Jeff Jacoby

Schwarzenegger’s homage to America

By Jeff Jacoby
Globe Staff / September 5, 2004

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NEW YORK RARELY DO speeches at a political convention have much of a shelf life after the delegates have gone home. Those that do, like Barry Goldwater's acceptance speech in 1964, are usually memorable for the harm they did the speaker's cause. But if ever a convention speech deserved to be remembered for all the right reasons, it was Arnold ... (Full Article: 871 Words)

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