THE CAMPAIGN: At Manhattan

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It was an historical spot at which the Democratic National Convention assembled. In the middle of Manhattan's Madison Square Garden, in the pit where the delegates sat, only a few days before ardent swimmers had been splashing. The roof, that had often resounded with cheering of prizefight fans and from which circus acrobats had dangled in airy peril, was decked with the colors of the nation. The Convention restaurant, every year, had exhibited the freaks of the circus. The theatre in the building,...

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