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Campaign 2004 / Democratic Convention / Day Two / Speeches / A Discussion #760763

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 27, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Excerpts from tonight's speeches at the Democratic National Convention presented. [Senator Edward KENNEDY - speaks against the administration for making us less secure.] [Former presidential candidate Howard DEAN - jokes about his reception; says we will reclaim the American dream.] [Illinois senatorial candidate Barack OBAMA - speaks about the war in America, the "united states" of America with one people pledging allegiance.] [Former President Ronald Reagan son Ron REAGAN - speaks about the political opposition to stem cell research.] [Wife Teresa HEINZ KERRY - speaks about her husband's medals & his putting his life on the line.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) A "Brown Table" discussion held with "Wall Street Journal"'s John Harwood, Washingtonpost.com's Terry Neal & "Boston Globe"'s Nina Easton about the convention. [At the convention, EASTON, HARWOOD, NEAL - comment on the speeches tonight by the "European actress" Teresa, by Obama, a member of the new generation of blacks, by Kennedy & how the news media will cover the convention, which has a small TV audience.]

Brown, Aaron

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