Kathryn Depalo

Florida International University

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Senior Instructor in Political Science at Florida International University in Miami

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A committee of party insiders met for two days this week to write the  Republican platform . It's expected to be adopted by  the convention  in Tampa next Monday.

Political Party Platforms: Do They Really Matter?

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