If the GOP ends up in a brokered convention, the party might want to brush up on its 1976 contest—and the fine arts of groveling and goading.
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Some advice for the next president and his or her team.
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Unusual vote called illegal by some inside agency.
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For the 26th president's supporters, forcibly wresting political control away from the party bosses was always an acceptable option.
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