John Kerry Day at the DNC

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After four decades in public life, culminating the presidential nomination, John Kerry has become a household word, but his personal life remains a mystery-even to the people who know him well. Tonight, at Boston's Fleet Center, when Kerry accepts the nomination, Democrats will finally hear what they've been waiting for. But energizing the base won't be enough in a close election. Will Kerry raise the curtain on his aloof, public persona and reveal his personal side? Will he resolve what Republicans call his flip-flops on national security? In these highlights from today's To the Point, Warren Olney speaks with a political reporter, a former Clinton speechwriter, and the co-author of the only Kerry biography about what Kerry needs to say and how he's likely to say it. The Complete Biography by the Boston Globe Reporters Who Know Him Best: John F. Kerry

2004 Democratic National Convention

Kerry-Edwards campaign



Warren Olney


Frances Anderton