The Watts Solution

Dickerson, John F.
November 1998
Time;11/30/1998, Vol. 152 Issue 22, p44
Reports on the election of J.C. Watts to the United States Congress in 1998. His involvement in the Republican Party; Views on welfare reform; Background; Career in Canadian football.


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