Self Image

Beinart, Peter
August 2004
New Republic;8/2/2004, Vol. 231 Issue 5, p6
Compares the lists of speakers lined up for the Republican National Convention and the Democratic National Convention. Argument that the RNC list is too strategic and does not reflect the party's true ideology, because it is full of liberals such as John McCain, Rudy Giuliani, and Zell Miller; How the DNC list is strictly reflective of their party's ideology, as it includes Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, Al Gore, Barack Obama and Ted Kennedy.


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