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Web Exclusive: From a Rooftop Michael Moore Speaks to Overflow Crowd in Cambridge During the DNC

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Everywhere Michael Moore went in Boston, massive crowds followed him. On Tuesday, more than 2,000 people lined up in Cambridge to hear Michael Moore speak at a forum with Howard Dean. Only 500 or so were able to get in. Democracy Now! was there. We brodcast his speech on our program. But after he spoke inside, Michael Moore addressed the overflow crowd outside. Here is a Democracy Now! web exclusive of what he said…

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