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THE INSURGENTS

Paul, thousands hold counter rally

Congressman blasts GOP, Democrats

Joyous Ron Paul supporters lined the street yesterday in front of the Target Convention Center in Minneapolis. Paul appeared on stage to the roars of fervent followers, most of whom traveled long distances and waited as long as eight hours to see him. Joyous Ron Paul supporters lined the street yesterday in front of the Target Convention Center in Minneapolis. Paul appeared on stage to the roars of fervent followers, most of whom traveled long distances and waited as long as eight hours to see him. (John Tlumacki/Globe Staff)
By Brian C. Mooney
Globe Staff / September 3, 2008

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MINNEAPOLIS - Ron Paul's insurgent campaign for the Republican presidential nomination ended months ago, but his self-styled revolution continued yesterday, as thousands of his devotees gathered at a counter rally in Minneapolis - a libertarian-leaning counterpoint to the Republican National Convention unfolding across the Mississippi River in St. Paul. (Full article: 777 words)

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