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Day Two

The floor is awash in Kerry/Edwards signs on Day Two of the Democratic National Convention. (Mark Boster / LAT)
Senator Kennedy
Senator Edward M. Kennedy is greeted by his family after addressing the convention. (Mark Boster / LAT)
Mark Haro, a delegate from Florida, had to obtain a special credential for his six-month-old son. The child was not allowed on the floor Monday, but today he is the youngest credentialed person at the convention. (Mark Boster / LAT)
Peter, Paul and Mary
Peter, Paul and Mary entertain the crowd. (Mark Boster / LAT)
James Hoffa
James Hoffa, president of Teamsters union, addresses the Democratic National Convention. (Mark Boster / LAT)
Kentucky delegate Pauline Applegate wears her specially decorated hat. (Mark Boster / LAT)
Jesse Jackson Jr.
Illinois Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. addresses the Democratic National Convention. (Mark Boster / LAT)
The Bl(a)ck Tea Society staged their “Really Really Democratic Bazaar” at Boston Common. (Mark Boster / LAT)
Richard Gephardt
Missouri Rep. Richard Gephardt rallies the crowd. (Mark Boster / LAT)
Edward M. Kennedy
Massachusetts Sen. Edward M. Kennedy addresses the convention. (Mark Boster / LAT)
As conventioneers descend an escalator at the FleetCenter, Jatinder Singh Bedi of Chicago poses for a free portrait at the Comcast booth. Bedi wears the traditional turban of the Sikh. (Don Bartletti / LAT)
Sen. Edward Kennedy addresses the crowd at the 2004 Democratic National Convention. (Don Bartletti / LAT)
Joining locals and tourists downtown is Oliver Wolf as “flip” and Jessica Beeson as “flop.” The duo carried their Republican message about Democrat John Kerry’s alleged waffling on key issues. (Don Bartletti / LAT)
Anti-abortion protester Judith Reichsman of Vermont joins a rally challenging John Kerry’s position on the issue in front of Boston’s historic Faneuil Hall Tuesday. (Don Bartletti / LAT)
Howard Dean
Former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean energizes delegates at the Democratic National Convention. (Mark Boster / LAT)