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The Start Of The 1956 Campaign Through The Democratic Convention. A2. The Republican Convention Through The 1956 Election.
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|A2||The Democratic Convention||4:06|
|A3||The Democratic Platform||4:23|
|A4||Nomination And Vote For Presidential Candidate||5:51|
|A5||Nomination And Vote For Vice Presidential Candidate||2:41|
|A6||Stevenson's Acceptance Speech||2:41|
|B1||The Republican Convention||3:43|
|B2||The Republican Platform and Nomination and Vote for Presidential Candidate||5:02|
|B3||Vote for Vice Presidential Candidate||5:48|
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NotesThis is the story of the election of the President of the United States. Out of the confusion and chaos of an election year, emerges the man who will fill the most powerful political office in the world. You are about to hear the living record of the campaign of 1956.” Political historian Howard Lamar and political scientist Charles Blitzer have edited and compiled this public record for presentation, which includes recordings of speeches by Dwight Eisenhower, Adlai Stevenson, Harry Truman, Lyndon B. Johnson and others.