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Democratic Convention

July 31, 1988

Dukakis can celebrate winning his party's nomination all he wants, but after his soft-on-crime record as the governor of Massachusetts is fully exposed, he'll find himself in a lot of hot water with the voters, and his veto of the death penalty won't be the only reason.

JOHN NEELY

Vallejo

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