No Stop Carter

June 1976
National Review;6/25/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 23, p661
This article discusses the impact of Jimmy Carter's presence in the upcoming U.S. Democratic Party Convention in July 1976. "Newsweek" suggests that some rough and vicious anti-Carter operations will probably exist from June 25 to July 11, 1976. It is expected that Carter will go into the convention with fewer than the candidates needed for the nomination. Most Democrat leaders dislike Carter but do not want to drop him from the party. According to the author, Carter will be a formidable opposition.


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