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'Fahrenheit 9/11' fans welcome hero to hotbed

By Yvonne Abraham
Globe Staff / July 27, 2004

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The man of the hour was more than an hour late. A group of veterans and soldiers' families waited for Michael Moore in a North End park yesterday, chatting, eating pizza, checking their watches. The bomb-throwing filmmaker had been due at 11, and they were all looking forward to meeting him, and to thanking him for his movie ''Fahrenheit 9/11." ... (Full Article: 929 Words)

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