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An impassioned call for unity

Clinton tells party Obama 'must be our president'

Senator Hillary Clinton last night at the Democratic National Convention. The former presidential candidate urged Democrats to support Barack Obama. Senator Hillary Clinton last night at the Democratic National Convention. The former presidential candidate urged Democrats to support Barack Obama. (Dina Ruddick/Globe Staff)
By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / August 27, 2008

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DENVER - Senator Hillary Clinton, answering a high-stakes challenge to unite her fractured party, called on Democrats last night to join together in an urgent mission: to elect her onetime foe, Barack Obama, as the next president of the United States. (Full article: 1105 words)

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