Looking Ahead to the Convention: Two More for Wallace

Wieck, Paul R.
May 1972
New Republic;5/27/72, Vol. 166 Issue 22, p17
Focuses on planned convention of the U.S.-based Democratic party to be held at Miami Beach, Florida. Campaign strategy of the party in Florida; Issues to be discussed at the convention; Effects of the victories in Michigan and Maryland for George Corley Wallace in the primary elections for the nomination for Presidential election; Reason for blue-collar defection from the party.


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