Quotas, Loopholes and Crossovers

Bode, Ken
June 1976
New Republic;6/26/76, Vol. 174 Issue 26, p9
Focuses on issues related to quota system, crossover voting and loophole primaries. Issues discussed in the Democratic convention; Steps taken by the national Democratic party for rewriting primary laws; Imposition of quota on group representation; Provisions of the Federal Campaign Act of 1974; Reference to the Ohio primary.


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