Miami and the Seeds of Port Huron

Geoghegan, Tom
September 1972
New Republic;9/2/72, Vol. 167 Issue 8, p16
Focuses on the change in policy of the Democratic Party in the United States. Psychology of the members of the Republican Party regarding the policy of the Democratic Party; Views that Senators and presidential candidate of Democratic Party George McGovern will avoid to mention programs like riots, Vietnam and radical social programs during his campaign; Issues suggested for the Democratic Party in their campaign in order to start the first campaign commitment of a major national party to soul-satisfying authenticity; Possibility of exploitation of the political potential of the private identity by the Democratic Party by its explicit promise of social reintegration.


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