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    :: Wednesday, June 29, 2005 ::

    CLC Convention 2005 - by John Baglow, Straight Goods
    'It was,' said one delegate, 'another CLC Convention.' The only real excitement at the Montreal gathering in June, as it turns out, was the election for CLC president. Challenger Carol Wall, running on a mobilization platform, faced off against Ken Georgetti, who had strong support from most of the affiliates.

    From the beginning, the establishment pressure was on. Wall was criticized for being divisive.
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