TITLE

Ritual and Power

AUTHOR(S)
Lowi, Theodore
PUB. DATE
April 1960
SOURCE
New Republic;4/11/60, Vol. 142 Issue 15, p13
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the nomination of U.S. Democratic Senator John F. Kennedy, for the presidential election of the U.S. Features of the election campaign of Kennedy; Ceremonial aspects of the nominating convention; Decision of Kennedy against providing support to any second-ballot candidate; Political achievements of Kennedy; History of the American political tradition of nomination; Requirements of the U.S. Democratic Party to win a first ballot nomination; Political candidates of the U.S. Republican Party, standing against Kennedy.
ACCESSION #
14599931

 

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