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Martin F. Nolan

We've seen how this drama plays out

(Robert Grossman illustration)
By Martin F. Nolan
March 27, 2008

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AFTER THE Democratic primaries in June of 1980, Jimmy Carter had won 24 contests and Edward M. Kennedy had won 10. The president had a hefty delegate lead and was ahead in the popular vote by 2.7 million. The challenger was not deterred. "On to the convention!" was the Kennedy campaign's motto. (Full article: 1199 words)

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