Round 1 to the Regulars

October 1971
Time;10/25/1971, Vol. 98 Issue 17, p15
The article offers information that the U.S. Democratic party has appointed a 28-member commission. It states that the party appointed these members so that all Democratic voters enjoys meaningful and timely opportunity to participate in choosing convention delegates. It also states that the commission issued an array of "guidelines," which were adopted by the Democratic National Committee.


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