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  1. They then appealed to US Senator Eugene McCarthy of Minnesota, who was willing to challenge Johnson openly although prior to entering the race, McCarthy had hoped that Kennedy would run as well. Running as an antiwar candidate in the New Hampshire primary , McCarthy hoped to pressure the Democrats into publicly opposing the Vietnam War.

    1968 Democratic Party presidential primaries - Wikipedia

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  3. Eugene McCarthy - Wikipedia

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    Eugene Joseph McCarthy (March 29, 1916 – December 10, 2005) was an American politician, writer, and academic from Minnesota. He served in the United States House of Representatives from 1949 to 1959 and the United States Senate from 1959 to 1971.

  4. 1968 Democratic Convention - HISTORY

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    In November 1967, a relatively unknown and unremarkable Minnesota senator named Eugene McCarthy announced his intent to challenge Johnson for the Democratic presidential nomination.

  5. 1968 Democratic Party presidential primaries - Wikipedia

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    They then appealed to US Senator Eugene McCarthy of Minnesota, who was willing to challenge Johnson openly although prior to entering the race, McCarthy had hoped that Kennedy would run as well. Running as an antiwar candidate in the New Hampshire primary , McCarthy hoped to pressure the Democrats into publicly opposing the Vietnam War.

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  10. Opinion | Forget McCarthy's Commitment to America. The GOP ...

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    A McCarthy-led House would likely summon Attorney General Merrick Garland to the witness chair early and often, especially after the search and seizure of classified documents at Trump’s Mar-a ...

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  12. Army–McCarthy hearings - Wikipedia

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    Cohn, Schine and McCarthy. At least a portion of the Army's allegations were correct. Roy Cohn did take steps to request preferential treatment for Schine, going so far on at least one occasion to sign McCarthy's name without his knowledge on a request for Schine to have access to the Senators' Baths, a pool and steam room reserved exclusively for senators.