Moseley-Braun Weighs Offer of New Zealand Ambassador Post

January 1999
Jet;01/18/99, Vol. 95 Issue 7, p38
Reports that former United States Senator Carol Moseley-Braun, the nation's first black female senator, has been offered the ambassadorship to New Zealand. Other options she is considering; Details of her career in politics.


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