TITLE

Carter's Road Show

PUB. DATE
August 1976
SOURCE
Time;8/23/1976, Vol. 108 Issue 8, p25
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports on the road show and campaigns of Democratic Party election presidential nominee Jimmy Carter in several U.S. states in 1976. It notes that Carter assaulted the Grand Old Party (GOP) as corrupt, insensitive, and incompetent during his campaigns in Charleston, West Virginia, Washington D.C., Atlanta, and Manchester, New Hampshire. It states that Carter was able to solicit the support of generally aloof Consumer Advocate Ralph Nader and Governor Patrick Caddell during his visit in Plains, Georgia. It also indicates the strength of Carter's nomination for the 1976 presidential election.
ACCESSION #
53518372

 

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