The 92nd Congress

October 1972
New Republic;10/28/72, Vol. 167 Issue 16, p19
Presents a critical appraisal of the performance of the 92nd Congress in the U.S. Appraisal of voting on various legislative bills in the Senate; Issues related to busing in the U.S.; Contents of the bill to expand the Head Start program and establish a comprehensive child day care program in the Senate; Discussion on the Consumer Protection Agency Act in the House; Assessment of legislative transaction in the House; State wise record of the Senate and the House.


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