"SELF-PORTRAIT : USA. The National Conventions. Miami Beach & Chicago". Par David Douglas DUNCAN. Editions Harry N. Abrams, Inc. New York. 1969.
"SELF-PORTRAIT : USA. The National Conventions. Miami Beach & Chicago". Par David Douglas DUNCAN. Editions Harry N. Abrams, Inc. New York. 1969. Fort in-4, couverture cartonnée toilée bleu ciel sous jaquette imprimée, pages de garde illustrée. 240 pages. Texte en anglais accompagné de 340 photographies noir & blanc, imprimées en héliogravure, des conventions Républicaine à Miami Beach et Démocrate à Chicago, en 1968. Présentes aussi : des photos des émeutes durant la convention Démocrates qui entraînèrent l’affaire des Chicago Seven.
"Few events in the United States have commanded more attention, aroused deeper passions, caused wider splits between friends, police and civilians, youth and adults, and even members of the same family, or create havoc on a grander scale among the careers of veteran politicians – Republican and Democrat alike – than did the national conventions for the presidency in Miami Beach and Chicago… David Douglas Duncan, the former Life photographer, originally covered the two conventions in his acclaimed television specials for the NBC News. He has assembled his extraordinary work in this book. It moves chronologically (and intimately) from Rockefeller’s jubilant arrival in Miami…; from the first view of Mayor Daley’s Chicago which its welcome signs and police dogs through the turbulence both inside and outside the convention hall which rocked the city and the nation…"