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Shaping the Democratic Message

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Shaping the Democratic Message

Shaping the Democratic Message

Shaping the Democratic Message

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The Democratic National Convention site at Boston's FleetCenter. Barry Gordemer, NPR hide caption

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These days, party conventions are used to stage and shape the message of the presidential nominee. The convention has become a communications vehicle and a place for showmanship. NPR's Juan Williams reports on efforts to shape the Democrats' message in Boston.

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