A hushed candlelight march by 15,000 people rekindled painful memories of the day 10 years ago when two leaders of the city's progressive political revolution were slain by a former colleague.

Led by the doleful beat of five drummers, the procession followed the 1 1/2-mile route along which 40,000 people marched on Nov. 27, 1978, in a spontaneous outpouring of grief hours after Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk were shot to death.Milk was the city's first openly homosexual elected official and a leader of the national gay rights movement.