The starting point

Nardini, R.
February 1988
Yankee;Feb88, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p156
For Democrats aspiring to the United States Presidency, the process begins in Concord, N.H., in the living room of Mary Louise Hancock and those of other politically active Democrats who invite other Democrats in to meet the candidates.


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