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Menino overcame doubts

By Rick Klein
Globe Staff / July 31, 2004

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In the months leading up to the Democratic National Convention, Mayor Thomas M. Menino maintained a public face of self-assurance about the event he labored for years to bring to Boston. But as delegates left town yesterday, he said he often had doubts during that time, as labor troubles and the unfolding complications of security measures threatened to turn the ... (Full Article: 1013 Words)

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