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Kerry justifies idea of nomination delay

But critics say legality an issue

By Glen Johnson and Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / May 25, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- John F. Kerry yesterday defended the idea of leaving the Democratic National Convention in July without a formal nomination as his party's presidential candidate, saying that there is ample political precedent to support it and that Republicans are complaining about the move because "someone might have a way of neutralizing their advantage." (Full Article: 1056 Words)

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