Chairman Strauss' Hot Seat

Wieck, Paul R.
April 1974
New Republic;4/20/74, Vol. 170 Issue 16, p17
Focuses on the leadership of Democratic National Chairman Robert S. Strauss in the U.S. Belief of Strauss that power lies in elected officials and the voters who elected them; Information about his tenure as treasurer of the party; Opinion of Strauss on several economic reforms; Description of changes approved by the executive committee which was accepted by Strauss.


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