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Doubts raised on protest site

By Kevin Joy
Globe Correspondent / May 25, 2004

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Boston's designated area for protesters at the Democratic National Convention remains what one advocate described as a "cesspool" of dirt, construction equipment, and wires, leaving demonstration organizers questioning whether the 29,000-square-foot space will be ready when the convention opens in late July. (Full Article: 301 Words)

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