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Abstract

Summary

This article discusses and analyses the 1970 election for President of the . In that year, Dwight Bolinger challenged the official candidate Martin Joos and defeated him easily. We see that it was mainly personal and generational factors, rather than intellectual ones, that led to Bolinger’s victory.

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