Everything Hunky-dory In Kansas City

Wieck, Paul R.
December 1974
New Republic;12/21/74, Vol. 171 Issue 25, p11
Focuses on the midterm convention of the Democratic Party held in Kansas City, Missouri. Need to implement party reforms; Budget for the presidential campaign of Representative Morris K. Udall; Praise for effort of Udall on a meager budget of $4000 due to limit for presidential candidates passed through the national convention; Withdrawal of Senator Walter Mondale from the presidential race; Strategy of Udall for contesting the presidential election.


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