Original caption: New York: Unity? President Jimmy Carter, (left), and Senator Edward Kennedy shake hands at the conclusion of the Democratic National Convention, August 14th. Sen. Kennedy, who had been the president's rival in the quest for the nomination, waited at his hotel until Carter finished his acceptance speech and then drove to Madison Square Garden to appear beside him in a gesture of party unity.
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