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The Week That Was in Denver

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The Week That Was in Denver

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The Democratic National Convention in Denver had its historic moments. Most notably, Illinois Senator Barack Obama became the first African-American presidential candidate from a major party. And in a more intimate setting in Denver, Illinois delegates put aside their differences, and brought new meaning to party unity.

Look back at all the action from this year’s DNC:
: From the floor after Obama’s speech.
Photos: From the nose-bleed seats
Blog: Get all the coverage from the DNC
Unfiltered: Obama Accepts Democratic Presidential Nomination

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