What about the cities?
WHEN BIG CITY bosses chose presidential candidates, cities enjoyed a privileged place on the national agenda. In 1968, the Democratic platform bragged about past urban achievements and promised future aid for mass transit and housing. The Republican platform was even more urban, promising "a vigorous effort, nation-wide, to transform the blighted areas of cities into centers of opportunity and progress, ... (Full article: 756 words)
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