Political Agendas on Display — and on the Make — at Convention

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The convention brings together literally thousands of individual political agendas and creates countless opportunities for making contacts. NPR's Robert Smith spent some time exploring the convention world of one member of Congress, Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. of New Jersey, who's here in Boston and working hard.



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