November 1993
New Republic;11/22/93, Vol. 209 Issue 21, p8
Focuses on the political career of U.S. politician Bob Packwood and British Member of Parliament John Hickes. Confidentiality of diaries of Packwood; Political leadership of Jerusalem Mayor Teddy Kollek; Alleged harassment of women by Packwood; Concealment of the portions of diaries of Packwood; Results of municipal elections in Jerusalem.


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