December 1975
New Republic;12/20/75, Vol. 173 Issue 25, p3
The article focuses on the 1976 U.S. presidential nomination of the Democratic Party. The Vietnam war's former domination of political life in the country is considered. The effects of the New Democratic Coalition in New York, which is a group that has evolved from an alliance of antiwar, pro-civil rights activists to an organized part of the state Democratic party, on the nominations are considered. Information is given for the Citizens for Participation in Political Action in Massachusetts.


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