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Clinton Makes 'Electrifying' Plea To Supporters

Presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama watches from Montana as his former rival Sen. Hillary Clinton speaks at the Democratic National Convention in Denver.
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Presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama watches from Montana as his former rival Sen. Hillary Clinton speaks at the Democratic National Convention in Denver.

Former presidential candidate and New York Sen. Hillary Clinton gave what some are calling the most passionate speech of her political career Tuesday at the Democratic National Convention in Denver. Clinton's address was a highly anticipated attempt to quash lingering tensions within the party.

Introduced by her daughter, Chelsea, the former first lady strongly urged those still troubled by her outcome in the primary elections process to rally behind the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, Illinois Sen. Barack Obama.

Host Michel Martin checks in from Denver with guest host Cheryl Corley to discuss the significance of Clinton's address and other highlights from the convention floor.

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Michel Martin is the weekend host of All Things Considered, where she draws on her deep reporting and interviewing experience to dig in to the week's news. Outside the studio, she has also hosted "Michel Martin: Going There," an ambitious live event series in collaboration with Member Stations.
Cheryl Corley is a Chicago-based NPR correspondent who works for the National Desk. She primarily covers criminal justice issues as well as breaking news in the Midwest and across the country.
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