How Biden vs. Sanders Echoes a 1964 Republican Party Split
Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden are the icons of an ideological split among today’s Democrats. In 1964, it was the Republicans struggling to choose between Nelson Rockefeller, the establishment Republican, versus Barry Goldwater, the staunch conservative.
How the Democrats’ Biden-Sanders Split Echoes the 1964 GOP Convention by Clyde Haberman
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