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Clinton's journey awakens a new women's movement

Ohio delegates Peggy Tanksley and Cathryn Fellinger captured some views at the Democratic National Convention in Denver yesterday. Ohio delegates Peggy Tanksley and Cathryn Fellinger captured some views at the Democratic National Convention in Denver yesterday. (Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff)
By Lisa Wangsness
Globe Staff / August 27, 2008

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DENVER - The timing of Hillary Clinton's closely watched prime-time speech last night, on the 88th anniversary of women's suffrage, brought into sharp relief the passion for women's issues her campaign engendered - and the possibility of a legacy that could reenergize or divide the feminist movement. (Full article: 1007 words)

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