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Former Presidents Clinton and Carter are among Monday night Democratic convention speakers. We’ll hear different perspectives on the Democratic effort to sway undecided voters.
- Susan Page Washington bureau chief for "USA Today"
- Joe Trippi Head of the multimedia consulting firm Trippi and Associates. He managed Howard Dean's presidential campaign, and is the author of "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised."
- David Keene Chairman of the American Conservative Union and managing associate with Carmen Group, a D.C.-based governmental-affairs firm
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