Business issues and the economy replaced the Iraq War as the top issue during the Democratic National Convention. From discussions hosted by the AFL-CIO to the First Americans Council to the Women’s Caucus — employment is the focus. By early August, the economy had shed 463,000 jobs during seven straight months of losses. Health care, gasoline and food prices are cutting into companies’ bottom lines and into families’ paychecks.
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