The Conventions

The number of Americans who tune in to the Republican and Democratic party conventions is down significantly, and media coverage is also down. Sharon speaks with NPR Political Editor, Ken Rudin, about why the parties still bother to put on conventions any more, and why Americans should bother to watch or listen to them.

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