David Broder remembers: Modern-day conventions
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David Broder remembers: Modern-day conventions

The Washington Post columnist reviews the past 30 years of made-for-TV political conventions. (Tom Kennedy and Ed O'Keefe/The Washington Post/Photos: Corbis, Getty, AP, The Washington Post)

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