Kalamazoo College Mock Democratic Convention, 1968
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Student delegates at Kalamazoo College's ninth consecutive Mock Democratic Convention, 1968. In that year, primary elections were held in the College dormitories, with each dorm serving as a state. At the mock convention, 391 high school students from 46 area schools, and 137 Kalamazoo College students chosen to serve as delegate chairpersons made up the crowds. The keynote address was given by Michigan Congressman William D. Ford, and the nomination went to Eugene McCarthy. The students and photographer are not identified.
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