Tribal Rituals

July 1976
New Republic;7/17/76, Vol. 175 Issue 3, p4
Focuses on the convention of the Democratic Party highlighting the presidential nomination of Jimmy Carter in the U.S. Overview of the program in the convention; Speculations over the leadership potential of Carter; Features of Democratic political conventions; Conduct of floor demonstrations in New York after the nomination of the presidential candidate; Comparison of Carter with presidential candidates of 1960; Need of changes in the U.S. electioneering system.


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