March 1976
New Republic;3/13/76, Vol. 174 Issue 11, p7
The article focuses on the results of primaries in the U.S. Information is provided on liberal candidate Morris Udall's campaigns. Discussion of several candidates contending for their primaries including Birch Bayh, Sergeant Shriver and Fred Harris is given. The results of the CBS channel poll of voters in the Massachusetts primary is indicated. The reemergence of a Democratic consensus and the possibility of presidential candidate Jimmy Carter's victory are detailed.


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