Political convention, meeting of delegates of a political party at the local, state, provincial, or national level to select candidates for office and to decide party policy. as representative organs of political parties, party conventions—or party conferences as they are commonly called in europe—also may elect executive committees of the parties and adopt rules governing the party’s organization. in practice they also act as rallies for the election campaigns that follow.
to ensure that ozamoto understands that he cannot return to his home in exclusion zone
the correct answer is: b) many americans knew it would be an ideal place to vacation.
most americans wanted the u.s. government to acquire hawaii because of the sugar plantations that were on it (meaning they could buy cheaper sugar) and because it was a great place to refuel ships and have naval bases. christians wanted the islands so they could build churches and convert people to christianity.
it increased 6 percent and reached that in 1980
the women couldn't vote.