Platform Seeks a Delicate Balance

Barnes, James A.
July 2000
National Journal;7/01/2000 Supplement Convention, Vol. 32 Issue 27, p25
Provides information on the Democratic Party's platform for the 2000 election campaign in the United States. Draft of the platform; Objectives of the platform; Preparations for possible platform challenges.


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