By  on August 26, 2008

DENVER — To quote Helen Reddy, “I am woman, hear me roar.”

That could very well sum up the first day of the Democratic National Convention here Monday — not to mention the entire campaign. As the DNC gathers under the banners of unity, openness and change to nominate the first African-American for president, Sen. Barack Obama, it was members of the opposite sex and their issues that dominated the first day and are expected to remain at the forefront of the campaign over the next two months.

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