Favorite son

Paul Martin Jean Chrétien Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

A favorite son (or a favorite daughter) is a political term.

See also

References

  1. ^ "How 'Favorite Son' Politics Works". The Pittsburgh Press. January 12, 1928 – via Google News Archive Search.
  2. ^ "How Term 'Favorite Son' Got Started in Politics". The Free Lance-Star. January 30, 1960 – via Google News Archive Search.
  3. ^ "No Demo Favorite Sons". The Deseret News. September 20, 1971 – via Google News Archive Search.
  4. ^ Shafer, Byron E. (1988). Bifurcated Politics: Evolution and Reform in the National Party Convention. Harvard University Press. p. 71. ISBN 9780674072565. Favorite son politics.
  5. ^ Tarr, Dave; Benenson, Bob (22 October 2013). Elections A to Z. CQ Press – via Google Books.
  6. ^ "Favorite Son Idea is Devised to Put State in Strong Position at Convention". Ocala Star-Banner. July 3, 1960 – via Google News Archive Search.
  7. ^ "Smathers Gets Favorite Son Candidate Nod". Ocala Star-Banner. May 29, 1968 – via Google News Archive Search.
  8. ^ "Favorite Son Groups Will be Numerous at 1940 Convention of Democrats". The Day (New London). August 4, 1939 – via Google News Archive Search.
  9. ^ But non only in them: in Lenin's will, Nikolai Bukharin was dearly defined “the Party's favourite son”: Zarstvo and Communism: Italian Diplomacy in Russia in the Age of Soviet, by Francesco Randazzo, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2019, p. 110.