TITLE

Unified Or Pacified?

PUB. DATE
July 1976
SOURCE
New Republic;7/31/76, Vol. 175 Issue 5, p5
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the denominations of Democratic Party supporters of presidential candidate Jimmy Carter. Common aspect of the unity of the supporters; Political orientation of Carter; Claim that the Federal Elections Commission has certified $21.8 million in public funds, and no more private contributions may be accepted for use in the general election; View that Carter's acceptance speech put him in the Democratic mainstream, and his designation of Walter Mondale for second spot brought some enthusiasm from liberals.
ACCESSION #
9605753

 

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