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Democrats Hope to Attract Viewers to Boston Convention

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Democrats Hope to Attract Viewers to Boston Convention

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Democrats Hope to Attract Viewers to Boston Convention

Democrats Hope to Attract Viewers to Boston Convention

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Democrat Party officials hope their national convention makes for good television — and translates into support for Sen. John Kerry, who will be named the party's nominee this week. Elements of Kerry's platform will be unveiled as the week progresses. Hear NPR's Brian Naylor and NPR's Linda Wertheimer.

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