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Black musicians set the stage for a more energetic DNC

By Don Aucoin and Adam D. Krauss
Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent / July 31, 2004

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All this week, politicians and their speechwriters strove for just the right words to communicate the message of the Democratic Party to the delegates crammed inside the FleetCenter and to a nationwide television audience. But when it comes to pumping up a crowd, the reality is that even the most well-chosen trope can't hold a candle to an energetic burst ... (Full Article: 880 Words)

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