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July 3, 1988 | Associated Press
Pat Robertson received a hero's welcome Saturday from Washington state Republicans as the party, now dominated by his followers, adopted a conservative platform including support for South Africa's government. Robertson's supporters swept the state's precinct caucuses in March. On Saturday, the former candidate told his backers they must shift loyalties to the party's certain nominee, George Bush.
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July 3, 1988 | Associated Press
Pat Robertson received a hero's welcome Saturday from Washington state Republicans as the party, now dominated by his followers, adopted a conservative platform including support for South Africa's government. Robertson's supporters swept the state's precinct caucuses in March. On Saturday, the former candidate told his backers they must shift loyalties to the party's certain nominee, George Bush.
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September 13, 1992 | JOHN BARBOUR, ASSOCIATED PRESS
In early June, 1948, Harry S. Truman broke out of the White House, which he likened to jail. Politically, things were grim. His popularity rating had dropped from 80% to 35% and try as he might he couldn't get his message across to the voters. To make matters worse, his Democratic Party was broke. It was difficult to raise campaign funds for what people saw as a certain loss to Republican Tom Dewey in the November presidential election.
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