April 1976
New Republic;4/17/76, Vol. 174 Issue 16, p5
The article discusses the race for the presidency of the United States in 1976, focusing on the Democratic Party candidates Jimmy Carter, Mo Udall and Henry M. 'Scoop' Jackson. The primary votes in the states of New York and Wisconsin are analyzed and the appeal of the candidates to various ethnic groups within the U.S., such as Jewish and black voters, is discussed.


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