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A Tale of Two Speeches

An analysis of some of the differences between Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's speech after winning the Pennsylvania primary and her address at the Democratic National Convention. The type size of each key word is proportional to the number of times Clinton used it.

[Comparison of a Clinton campaign speech from April 22 with her speech at the Democratic National Convention]

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Article | DENVER, Aug. 26 -- Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton roused the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday night with sharp criticism of Sen. John McCain and a full-throated endorsement of Sen. Barack Obama, her former rival for the party's nomination, urging Democrats to put the long and bitter battle...

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