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Conventions have changed, but still worthwhile

August 30, 2012
The Journal

Political conventions aren't what they used to be. For years, before delegate counts were locked in by primaries and the presidential nominee was a foregone fact, conventions were where the deal makers and party movers and shakers got together, parlaying delegate support for promises and platform planks, and the nominee was picked after multiple ballots.

 
 

 

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