19960909 DEMOCRATS ACT TO REMOVE MORRIS STAIN FROM CONVENTION September 9, 1996 DEMOCRATS ACT TO REMOVE MORRIS STAIN FROM CONVENTION September 9, 1996 Like the Republicans a few weeks before, the Democratic National Committee two weeks ago orchestrated a presidential nominating convention designed to project a desired television image. That image was one of projecting government's positive role. Tied in with President Bill Clinton's train tour through the Midwest to Chicago, the idea was to show that literally and figuratively, the country is on the "right track" with Clinton's leadership. But convention choreographers received a rude intrusion of unwanted news when word of an alleged sex scandal by Clinton's top campaign advisor roared through the convention on Thursday, Aug. 29--the day Clinton would give his acceptance speech on national television.
DEMOCRATS ACT TO REMOVE MORRIS STAIN FROM CONVENTION
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