Convention's Main Question is One of Safety

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With no suspense about the nominee or his platform, the only real anxiety surrounding this week's Democratic National Convention in Boston stems from threats of terrorism. Homeland Security officials have said they have indications that terrorists are interested in disrupting this year's election process in the United States, and the conventions present an obvious target. NPR's Linda Wertheimer reports.

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