February 1993
New Republic;2/1/93, Vol. 208 Issue 5, p10
Focuses on political developments in the U.S. Dismissal of Representative Dave McCurdy of Oklahoma as chairman of the House Intelligence Committee by House Speaker Tom Foley following the election of Democratic President Bill Clinton; Opposition to Clinton's decision to send his daughter Chelsea Clinton to a private school; Need for various educational reforms in Washington D.C. public school system; Friendly gesture of South Carolina Senator Strom Thurmond in welcoming Carol Moseley-Braun as the first black woman to the Senate at the congressional inaugurations.


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