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Kennedy leads the attack

Convention speakers rip Bush in shift of rhetoric

By Glen Johnson
Globe Staff / July 28, 2004

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The second night of the Democratic National Convention featured harsher criticism of the Bush administration, with Senator Edward M. Kennedy accusing the president of making the world a more dangerous place for Americans and the son of a Republican icon countering the president's stand limiting stem cell research. Teresa Heinz Kerry told her own story even as she extolled her ... (Full Article: 1621 Words)

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