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Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry and vice presidential nominee John Edwards wave to the FleetCenter crowd at the conclusion of the DNC.

Kerry vows freedom anew

In accepting nomination, he pledges to improve security and rebuild alliances

By Patrick Healy
Globe Staff / July 30, 2004

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Promising ''a new birth of freedom" for Americans facing economic uncertainty and security threats, John Forbes Kerry accepted the Democratic presidential nomination last night with a pledge to strengthen the US military and reform its intelligence services, introducing himself as a Vietnam veteran who healed divisions as a US senator and will unite a world uncertain about American power to ... (Full Article: 1413 Words)

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