Lewis, Michael
September 1996
New Republic;9/16/96-9/23/96, Vol. 215 Issue 12/13, p22
Highlights the 1996 Democratic Party national convention at the United Center in Chicago, Illinois. Result of an interview with U.S. Vice President Al Gore; Objective of journalists in covering the convention; Description of Richard Gephardt's speech before delegates; Samples of opening lines used by convention speakers.


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