Martin Cohen

James Madison University

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Professor of Political Science at James Madison University in Virginia, and co-author of The Party Decides: Presidential Nominations Before and After Reform

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Party conventions used to nominate presidential candidates. Now that's all done in advance.  Next week's  Republican Party convention  plans to break with tradition.

Political Party Conventions: What Are They For?

Party conventions used to nominate presidential candidates. Now that's all done in advance.  Next week's Republican Party convention plans to break with tradition.

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