Memories of Hubert

McCarthy, Eugene J.
February 1978
New Republic;2/18/78, Vol. 178 Issue 7, p21
Focuses on Hubert Humphrey, former vice-president and Senator of the U.S. Author's relationship and opinion on the political ability of Humphrey; Negative impact of the election of Humphrey to the vice-presidency on his political activity and independence; Claim that Humphrey was a political victim of the vice-presidency; Criticism on the concept and definition of the vice-presidency; Recommendation for the U.S. Congress to eliminate the office of vice president as a political memorial for Humphrey.


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