In 1980, he took his bid for the party nomination all the way to the convention floor. When he nominated, he gave one of the greatest speeches in the history of the Democratic party, and then returned to the Senate – a powerful lion of liberalism, respected and loved by people on both sides of the aisle. I wonder, were the talking heads then as exorcised by his insistence on finishing the race as they are now by her seeing her campaign through to the end?
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