SEQUELS: The Mourning After

As the last hurrahs of the 1960 Democratic and Republican Conventions faded into the subcellars of memory, not only the public but politicos of both parties were having some strong second thoughts about the Los Angeles and Chicago extravaganzas. Among the critics:

Paul Butler, outgoing Democratic national chairman, in charge of the Los Angeles show: "Some people were upset about the lack of decorum on the convention floors. We Americans are not very well behaved in large groups."

Republican Keynoter Walter Judd: "We ought to dispense with the idea of having people in the galleries. Instead, we should put...

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