After the Democratic convention: Measure for measure - The Economist

After the Democratic convention: Measure for measure

After the Democratic convention: Measure for measure - The Economist
After the Democratic convention: Measure for measure
Published Aug 07, 2004
505 words — Published Aug 07, 2004
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How well did John Kerry do? CONVENTIONAL wisdom (excuse the pun) holds that party conventions should not be judged by how they appeared in the hall at the time. They are best measured during the few days afterwards, by opinion polls...

  
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