3 edition of 1960 Democratic fact book found in the catalog.
1960 Democratic fact book
Democratic Party. National Committee, 1960-1964.
|Other titles||Democratic fact book.|
|LC Classifications||E837.7 .D4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||104|
|LC Control Number||66035704|
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The Democratic presidential primaries were the selection process by which voters of the Democratic Party chose its nominee for President of the United States in the U.S.
presidential election. Senator John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts was selected as the nominee through a series of primary elections and caucuses culminating in the Democratic National Convention held from July The Democratic National Convention was held in Los Angeles, California, on July 11–15, It nominated Senator John F.
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In the general election, the Kennedy–Johnson ticket won an electoral college victory and a narrow popular vote plurality (slightly overnationally) over the Presidential nominee: John F.
Kennedy of Massachusetts. On JSenator John F. Kennedy accepts the Democratic nomination for president at Memorial Colliseum, Los Angeles, CA>.
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The interesting perspective in this book is not the animosity between the principals but the fact that there was a bond initially of friendship and genuine intimacy. Kennedy and Nixon's relationship could have, and really should have, evolved into the one enjoyed between John Adams and Thomas Jefferson after they retired from public s: InI was growing-up in a staunch Democratic household, so I heard a lot about JFK/LBJ - and not much about Nixon (at least, not much good).
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The dynamics of democratic leadership, however, are not well under- stood. What follows below is an abbreviated timeline of JFK’s campaigning in – from the primaries of earlythrough the Democratic National Convention (DNC) in July, to the final fall campaign, September through election day.
The left hand column includes a shorthand listing of known campaign stops, speech titles or general topics. The Democratic National Convention – held in Los Angeles that July – is a highpoint of the book’s photographic coverage and of Mailer’s analysis. October 21st, Richard Nixon, far left, pointing, appears to be trying to score on last rejoinder as JFK leaves the stage after their 4th nationally-televised presidential debate.
Item Details. A set of Democratic memorabilia. Included is a Democratic Manual for the National Convention of by Clarence Cannon and The Democratic Fact Book: The Candidates-The Issues-The Platform published by the Democratic National Committee.
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And, at the center of it all, three future presidents - Lyndon Johnson, John F. Kennedy, and Richard Nixon.