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Iraq War Protesters Greet Democrats in Boston
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Iraq War Protesters Greet Democrats in Boston

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Iraq War Protesters Greet Democrats in Boston
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An anti-war protestor in Boston

An anti-war protestor marches past police, during a rally at the Democratic National Convention in Boston, July 25, 2004. Reuters hide caption

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An anti-war protestor marches past Boston police

An anti-war protestor marches past police, during a rally at the Democratic National Convention in Boston, July 25, 2004. Reuters hide caption

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Protesters took to the streets of downtown Boston Sunday, as delegates arrived from around the country for the start of the Democratic National Convention. The day's largest demonstration was staged by opponents of the war in Iraq, who gained access to the streets of Boston by court order. NPR's David Welna reports.

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