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Crowds descended on downtown Boston Monday for the four-day Democratic National Convention. The convention runs from Monday through Thursday night, culminating in the acceptance of the Democratic nomination for president by Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry.
On the message of a still shaky economy, why Rep. Stephanie Tubbs Jones, D-Ohio, and Robert Reich, former Labor secretary, say it's getting shakier. And why former GE chief Jack Welch says they're dead wrong.
Plus, what's the read from one of Hollywood's shrewdest investors? We’ll ask Wayne Rogers, president of Wayne Rogers & Co. and a FOX Business News contributor.
Is more of corporate America for Senator Kerry than you might think? We’ll ask Roger Altman, economic adviser to the Kerry campaign and chairman of Evercore Partners.
Candidate Kerry's message might be resonating in Boston. But is it doing the same at the corner of Wall and Broad? We’ll ask Ned Riley, chief investment strategist at State Street Global Advisors; Kevin Divney, co-managing director of the Putnam Vista Fund, and Dr. Robert Froehlich, chairman of investor strategy committee at Scudder Investments.
Plus, as Democrats kick off a big week here in Boston, Govs. Kathleen Sebelis, D-Kan., and Jim Doyle, D-Wisc., are hoping for some big wins in their states come November.
And, how are the Republicans planning to counter the Kerry-Edwards onslaught? We’ll ask Ed Gillespie, chairman of the Republican National Committee.
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