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Former Reagan press secretary James Brady gives Clinton s gun-control record a poignant  thumbs up  Monday night, Aug. 26, 1996 on stage at the Democratic National Convention Chicago's United Center in front of a video image of his wife, Sarah Brady. Democrats opened their 42nd national convention Monday with a forceful anti-crime message that echoed from President Clinton s campaign train to the festive hall. The appearance by former Republicans James and Sarah Brady provided a powerful punch to opening night of a convention designed to make the Democrats  case for another term in the White House and a return to power in Congress. Woman is unidentified. (AP Photo/Amy Sancetta)
Photo by: AMY SANCETTA
Former Reagan press secretary James Brady gives Clinton s gun-control record a poignant thumbs up Monday night, Aug. 26, 1996 on stage at the Democratic National Convention Chicago's United Center in front of a video image of his wife, Sarah Brady. Democrats opened their 42nd national convention Monday with a forceful anti-crime message that echoed from President Clinton s campaign train to the festive hall. The appearance by former Republicans James and Sarah Brady provided a powerful punch to opening night of a convention designed to make the Democrats case for another term in the White House and a return to power in Congress. Woman is unidentified. (AP Photo/Amy Sancetta)

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