This week, "Washington Week" goes to Boston, site of the Democratic National Convention. Dan Balz, national political correspondent for The Washington Post, Susan Feeney, senior editor of Morning Edition on National Public Radio, and Richard Berke, The New York Times's Washington editor, will join moderator Gwen Ifill around the table to discuss what's on the agenda and what's at stake, as the Democrats gather to nominate John Kerry and John Edwards. Members of the audience at Washington Week's Harvard University location will join in the discussion by posing thoughtful questions to our slate of veteran journalists. Q&A will continue after the televised broadcast ends; catch the additional 30 minutes of dialogue at pbs.org/washingtonweek. [26 minutes]
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