Requiem for a Heaveyweight

Bode, Ken
March 1978
New Republic;3/4/78, Vol. 178 Issue 9, p13
Looks at the political career of Bella Abzug, former Congresswoman from New York's 18th district. Failed political bids; Rumors on her possible federal appointment in the Carter Administration and chairmanship of the International Women's Year Conference in Houston, Texas; Involvement in several feminist movements; Influence in public works and government operations committees; Public image; Abzug's comment on her failure to be re-elected.


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