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September 5, 2008 12:58 PM

Up for election: two competing visions of 'change'

Now the country has a clearer picture of its choices. The first back-to-back political conventions in half a century gave Americans a blur of late-summer political activity that nominated the two major-party presidential candidates, unveiled the vice-presidential running mates, and laid out their visions for the future.

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