CONVENTION '96: DELEGATE FORUMS
August 26-29, 1996
As the lights go down on the 1996 Democratic convention, we urge you to browse the Online NewsHour's unconventional coverage. Each day a panel of delegates from all corners of the country answered your questions about the controversies, welfare reform, the parties, the speeches-- even the funny hats. Check out Geraldine Ferraro's answers to your questions in our fourth Online Forum, listen to the speeches, or just read through the analysis you missed during the week. Then, jump to our letters page and tell us what you think.
Thursday, August 29: Social Security, the expectations of Democrats in local races, overall impressions of the convention, and some of the fundamental differences between Democrats and Republicans.
Wednesday, August 28: foreign policy, Hillary Clinton vs. Elizabeth Dole, what would happen if the Democrats won both the Presidency and the Congress, and Chicago's recent face-lift.
Tuesday, August 27: eccentrics in the party, the Welfare Reform bill, Labor and the Democratic party, and women's health issues.
Monday, August 26: what it takes to be a delegate, taxes and growth, corporate sponsorship of delegate parties, and the "party of Bill Clinton".