DEMOCRATS: Shall We Gather at the Hudson River?

The Democratic Party fairly shines with the inner peace of the born-again. The presidential candidate, Jimmy Carter, awaits only his official anointment next Wednesday, July 14, at Madison Square Garden. Not since 1964 have all factions of the party been so purposefully unified. The New York City convention promises all the controversy of a riverside baptism in south Georgia. But as Party Chairman Robert Strauss says serenely, "It can't get too dull for me. I've tried it the other way, and I like this a lot better."

"The other way" is still a...

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