Originally published 03/13/2018
Lyndon Johnson had the power of incumbency, but his prospects fell when an upstart, Eugene McCarthy, decided to challenge him in the primaries.
Originally published 04/26/2016
Julian E. Zelizer
In 1968, the Democratic insurgent refused to support the establishment nominee—and it was disastrous.
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