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Incumbent Gerald Ford (left) listens as Gov. Ronald Reagan delivers a closing speech at the 1976 Republican National Convention in Kansas City, Mo. Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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1976: The Last Time Republicans Duked It Out To The Last, Heated Minute

That year was the last genuinely contested political convention. In a heated race to amass the most delegates, Ronald Reagan nearly denied Pres. Gerald Ford the presidential nomination.

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Fashion David Bowie
Sun Goddess Earth, Wind & Fire & Ramsey Lewis
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Along with a trove of vintage machines, the Museum of Pinball has a sizable collection of games based on current TV shows and movies. Matt Guilhem/KVCR hide caption

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Tilting Toward Fun: A Museum For Pinball Wizards To Come And Play

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Fans of Gilmore Girls might recognize Grant-Lee Phillips from his recurring role as the town troubadour. His latest solo album, The Narrows, explores his family history. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On Grant-Lee Phillips' 'The Narrows,' A Troubadour Looks Into His Ancestry

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Smoke and Sparks Grant-Lee Phillips

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1976: The Last Time Republicans Duked It Out To The Last, Heated Minute

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Ain't That Right Count Basie

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'This Can't Go On In Chicago,' Says Anti-Trump Protester

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Land of... St. Germain
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Gwen Stefani's new solo album, her first since 2006, is called This Is What the Truth Feels Like. Jamie Nelson/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Comeback Girl: Gwen Stefani On Healing In Public

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Make Me Like You Gwen Stefani
Spiderwebs [Multimedia Track] No Doubt

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