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 1988 Republican National Convention - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The 1988 Republican National Convention was held in the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana from August 15 to August 18, 1988.
Ronald and Nancy Reagan at the podium on August 15, 1988.
The convention nominated Vice President George H. Bush for President, which was expected.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1988_Republican_National_Convention

 1988 Democratic National Convention - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The 1988 Democratic National Convention was held in Atlanta, Georgia in July,18 1988 to July 21,1988, to select a candidate for the 1988 United States presidential election.
At the convention Michael Dukakis was nominated for President and Lloyd Bentsen for Vice President.
Texas state Treasurer Ann Richards gave a keynote speech that put her in the public spotlight and included the line that George H.W. Bush was "born with a silver foot in this mouth".
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1988_Democratic_National_Convention

 CNN/AllPolitics.com - Election 2000 - The Democratic National Convention
The convention approves a compromise crafted by Minnesota Sen. Hubert Humphrey which seats the Mississippi regulars in exchange for a written pledge to back the national ticket and a decision that, in all future conventions, delegations from states that allow racial discrimination in voting will not be recognized.
While the Republican convention has delegates from several Southern states, there are no delegates present from the seceded Southern states at the Democratic convention.
As in Charleston, the Baltimore convention is disrupted by a delegate walkout.
www.cnn.com /ELECTION/2000/conventions/democratic/features/convention.history

 Salon Directory
In his convention speeches in 1992 and 1996, Gore attempted to share a little bit about himself, telling stories about his son's car accident and his sister's death from lung cancer.
Last night I participated on a panel at the Shadow Convention, and the Nation's Eric Alterman wondered why Democrats never discussed what he thought was a glaring vulnerability in Bush's candidacy: the idea that he's totally unprepared for the job.
We're on the right track to do that, and the convention is a very important part of the story in which we begin to tell the voters about Al Gore, who's had a remarkable life and record.
dir.salon.com /politics/feature/2000/08/18/devine

 Boston.com / News / Local / Conn. / Lieberman to speak at Democratic convention in Boston
He was a featured speaker introducing Lieberman during the 2000 convention in Los Angeles, and he also spoke during the 1984 and 1988 conventions.
Absent from the speakers list for the first time in at least two conventions is Sen. Christopher Dodd, D-Conn. Dodd was Democratic party's national chairman in 1996, when the delegates met in Chicago, and had a prime speaking slot.
Boston.com / News / Local / Conn. / Lieberman to speak at Democratic convention in Boston
www.boston.com /news/local/connecticut/articles/2004/07/15/lieberman_to_speak_at_democratic_convention_in_boston

 JACKSON v. MPI HOME VIDEO, 694 F. Supp. 483 (N.D. Ill. 1988)
He delivered an address on July 19, 1988 at the 1988 Democratic National Convention, held in Atlanta, Georgia, on July 18-21, 1988.
[19] The Democratic National Committee considers its conventions to be public events of political and historical significance.
[8] The Democratic National Committee received $9.22 million from the federal government for the convention.
www.law.cornell.edu /copyright/cases/694_FSupp_483.htm

 Staff - Oklahoma Democratic Party
He served as a member of the Platform Committee for the 1988 Democratic National Convention, and represented all state Democratic Chairs on a Select Committee to develop the DNC Direct Mail Program (Victory Fund) for state party organizations.
Frasier was elected by the Midwest Caucus to the Executive Committee of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) in 1999, and unanimously reelected to that position in January of 2002.
James E. Frasier, DNC National Committeeman – As a member of the Democratic National Committee for over 11 collective years, James E. Frasier has helped lead the direction of the Democratic Party while lobbying on behalf of Oklahoma Democrats to affiliated national committees.
www.okdemocrats.org /officers.asp

 Daily Egyptian: 5/02/96: Democratic chairman to lecture an campaign
He said Fowler organized the 1988 Democratic National Convention, which featured Michael Dukakis as the presidential candidate.
The chairman of the Democratic National Committee is very sensitive about the status of Democratic Party and is on the cutting edge of the 1996 presidential campaign, an SIUC lecturer says.
Fowler will give the Democratic perspective on the presidential candidates' behavior and how it will affect the election, she said.
www.dailyegyptian.com /spring96/050296/chairman.html

 DOL of Fame - March 4, 2002
While Treasurer for the state of Texas, she came to national attention when she delivered the keynote address at the 1988 Democratic National Convention where she charmed the delegates and nation with her folksy wit ("Poor George [Bush, Sr.].
Delivered keynote address at the 1988 Democratic National Convention
After her children were grown, Ann became more active in politics, first running a successful campiagn and then taking the plunge herself defeating a three-term incumbent for county comissioner.
dolshouse.com /fame02/04.htm

 News and Events
McCurry also ran the press and communications operations at the 1988 Democratic National Convention in Atlanta and served as a communications advisor to the Clinton-Gore campaign in Colorado in 1992.
He served as spokesman and political strategist in the Democratic presidential campaigns of Senator John Glenn, Governor Bruce Babbitt and Senator Bob Kerrey in 1984, 1988, and 1992 respectively.
He was national press secretary for the 1988 vice presidential campaign of Senator Lloyd M. Bentsen.
www.atmeda.org /news/mccurry.html

 The Hoya Democratic Party Needs Southern Comfort
The keynote speaker at the 1988 Democratic National Convention, Ann Richards, at the time the State Treasurer of Texas, said something similar to this about how the first President Bush was out of touch with America.
The Democratic Party always found its strength with the urban worker and the small-town farmer.
Unfortunately for the Democratic Party, most of the country is not like California, New York or Massachusetts — very little of it is. However, y’all act like we don’t exist.
www.thehoya.com /viewpoint/111604/view4.cfm

 CNN/AllPolitics.com - Election 2000 - The Democratic National Convention
View live video of the Democratic National Convention while in session and highlights of CNN coverage.
In 1992, the Clinton video was extraordinarily effective at introducing the relatively unknown governor of a small southern state to the country, and the biggest splash came from the footage of a young Clinton shaking hands with JFK.
What to look for Thursday at the Democratic National Convention
archives.cnn.com /2000/ALLPOLITICS/stories/08/17/thursday.watch

 frontline: the long pilgrimage of jesse jackson: Democratic Convention Speeches PBS
In this July 17, 1984 speech in San Francisco, Jesse Jackson sought to heal the division created by his Presidential candidacy and pledged to support the candidacy of Walter Mondale.
When he delivered this speech in Atlanta on July 19, 1988 just before 11 p.m., Jackson was at his highest.
This speech, too, was hailed as one of the greatest ever made at a convention--comparable to William Jennings Bryan's 1896 "Cross of Gold" speech, said some observers.
www.pbs.org /wgbh/pages/frontline/jesse/speeches

 Chicago 1968 Democratic National Convention: Bibliography
About a month after the 1968 Democratic National Convention, HUAC convened hearings to plumb the extent of Communist direction of the protest activities.
It's unfortunate that Mailer's account of the 1968 Democratic convention often gets billed as the best description of the extracurricular events in the parks and on the streets of Chicago during Convention Week.
Miami and the Siege of Chicago: An Informal History of the Republican and Democratic Conventions of 1968.
www.geocities.com /Athens/Delphi/1553/c68bibli.html

 Social Change
He was attacked by minorities, homosexuals and communists in the streets during the riots at the 1988 Democratic National Convention while he was protesting what he termed the "undemocratic" convention.
He took center stage not only in his fight with Geraldo Rivera, but as keynoter at the first Nationalist National Convention.
All these terms describe Michael Palasch, who details the spectacles which catapulted him into national prominence, but which also are defining social change in America.
www.nationalist.org /airlink/1997/change.html

 SADA Data Catalogue
UNIVERSE: Delegates to the 1988 Democratic National Convention.
ABSTRACT: This data collection examines attitudes of delegates to the 1988 Democratic National Convention on a variety of social and political issues.
Washington Post Democratic Convention Delegate Poll, 1988 [United States]
www.nrf.ac.za /sada/ahdetails.asp?catalognumber=0031

 KnoxNews: National Democratic Convention Blog
Democratic bigwigs are actively orchestrating an effort to reduce the angry outbursts of Bush-basing rhetoric, the goal being to set a tone that allows presentation of a positive image of Kerry to any undecided voters out there in TV land.
My basic agenda at the convention, by the way, is to write two reports for the newspaper, one main story on the most interesting subject of the day relating to Tennessee and a second "convention notebook" of lesser odds and ends.
Haynes says he was wearing one of the cowboy-style hats, made of straw, as he exited a convention function and was button-holed by a Swedish TV reporter.
web.knoxnews.com /mt-static/dnc

 Jesse Jackson, 1988
From "Common Ground and Common Sense," delivered by Reverend Jesse Jackson at the 1988 Democratic convention in Atlanta:
When the Democrats came to Atlanta for their national convention, Jesse Jackson's ongoing campaign provided the most excitement.
The 1988 Presidential election was a tortoise-and-hare race won by the slow-starting hare, Bush.
teacher.scholastic.com /researchtools/articlearchives/honormlk/spjackso.htm

 Sandler, Reiff & Young, PC - Attorneys
He was general counsel of the Rules and Credentials Committee for the 1988 Democratic National Convention.
Sandler served as staff counsel for the Democratic National Committee, with responsibility for delegate selection, campaign finance, federal and state election law matters, including campaign finance legislation and rulemakings, and legal oversight of political operations.
Sandler was a partner of Arent Fox, handling campaign finance and election law matters for Democratic national and state party organizations, Members of Congress, candidates and campaigns.
www.sandlerreiff.com /bio_sandler.htm

During the 1988 Democratic National Convention, Rev. Jesse Jackson stood before a packed house in Atlanta and gave what some call one of the greatest speeches at a convention - comparable to William Jennings Bryan's 1896 "Cross of Gold" speech.
In order to move forward, Jackson must look to his past - to the convention in 1988 when he was on top of the world.
He brought more than 2,100 delegates to the convention, second only to Dukakis.
www.alligator.org /edit/issues/00-spring/000120/opinion.html

 10 O'Clock News [Mississippi delegates and the new South]
V: Shot of the Mississippi delegation on the floor of the 1988 Democratic National Convention.
George reports that Banks is now a Mississippi delegate to the Democratic National Convention; that the Mississippi delegation is said to lead the South on the issue of race relations.
George notes that the Mississippi Freedom Delegation was seated at the Democratic National Convention in 1968.
main.wgbh.org /ton/programs/5891_02.html

 Richard Barrett
Barrett received national acclaim when he was attacked by communists at the 1988 Democratic National Convention in Atlanta.
He was a Democratic candidate for Governor of Mississippi in 1999, placing a strong third in a field of eight.
Barrett has been pivotal in lifting the most egregious bans upon freedom of speech ever imposed in the nation's history, as well as in furthering the Nationalist cause in powerful and innovative ways.
www.nationalist.org /docs/history/barrett.html

 MediaWatch - August 1988 -- Media Research Center
The 1988 Democratic National Convention may have been a shining success for Michael Dukakis, but it was a dismal failure for the major networks.
For those who wanted to watch straightforward convention coverage without a lot of misleading analysis from network stars, CBS was not the network to choose.
For distorting the views of Dukakis and Jackson, for allowing reporters to insert their liberal personal opinions at will, and for showing the least amount of convention activity, CBS News earns the August Janet Cooke Award.
www.mrc.org /mediawatch/1988/watch19880801award.asp

 Conservatives resuscitated 1988 Kerry quote on ... [Media Matters]
Back in 1988, while speaking at the Democratic National Convention where Michael Dukakis was nominated, Kerry described Reagan in harsh terms, calling his eight-year presidency a period of "moral darkness."
John Kerry said at the 1988 Democratic convention, speaking on behalf of his fellow Massachusetts liberal Democrat, Michael Dukakis, John Kerry said that the Reagan presidency was a period of "moral darkness."
During the 1988 election campaign, the one between Bush the Elder and Michael Dukakis, during which Senator John Kerry called the Reagan years a time of "moral darkness,"...
mediamatters.org /items/200406140002

 Democratic National Convention - Profiles of Likely Speakers
As the little-known Governor of Arkansas, he delivered a thoroughly forgettable address to the 1988 Democratic Convention.
A modern national convention is little more than a marketing event for the party, but there's still some fun to be had.
By the time the parties' national conventions roll around, the candidates have been selected, and even the platform positions are largely worked out.
www.localvoter.com /2004dnc.asp

 NDI - National Democratic Institute for International Affairs
Dunn worked as an executive with the Democratic Party of the United States where she held several posts, including deputy chair and deputy treasurer of the party, and site selection chair and co-chair for the 1988 Democratic National Convention.
Dunn has directed NDI's international visitors programs at three Democratic National Conventions that, combined, attracted 1,500 heads of government, parliamentarians, ambassadors, and political party leaders from more than 100 nations to study the U.S. political process and international affairs.
She has also traveled to NDI's field offices in every region of the world, served as an official election observer in Czechoslovakia, Guatemala, and the Philippines, and met with hundreds of national and local leaders.
www.ndi.org /about/staff/bios/execoffice/dunnj_pf.asp

 PhotoDude.com: 1988 Democratic National Convention
He and one of his fellow members of the press were bored by the lack of news activity (it was a quite predictable convention), and amused by the efforts of their brethren to find *something* interesting.
Just across the street from the Omni, where the convention itself was taking place, was the Designated Protest Area.
In this case, they introduce themselves to members of The Children's Press by holding out what they claim was an aborted fetus found in the dumpster of some hospital.
www.photodude.com /road/dnc1.htm

 Rob Lowe - Pictures
He was in Atlanta attending the 1988 Democratic National Convention.
Lowe was involved in a scandal in 1988 after a videotape of him surfaced showing him having sex with two women; one woman was under the age of consent.
He is perhaps best known for playing Sam Seaborn in the television show The West Wing, a role which was his from 1999 - 2003.
greatestinfo.org /Rob_Lowe

 Michael Barone
At the 1988 Democratic National Convention in Atlanta, vice presidential nominee Lloyd Bentsen and presidential nominee Michael Dukakis both delivered their acceptance speeches on Thursday night, after the then-obligatory night given to the celebration of the family of Jesse Jackson.
Hang for a while in the Sheraton Boston, the official hotel of the Democratic National Convention, and the headquarters hotel of the delegations from the battleground states of Ohio and Michigan.
Economically, the Democratic party is the alliance of trial lawyers, labor unions and rich liberals determined to uphold cultural values which are at odds with at least a large minority, if not a significant majority, of the American people.
www.jewishworldreview.com /michael/barone073004.asp

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