December 1953
New Republic;12/7/53, Vol. 129 Issue 19, p3
Presents updates on issues related to politics in the United States as of December 1953. Disapproval of federal water-resource development with monotonous regularity and increasing bluntness by U.S. Secretary of Interior Douglas McKay; Concerns of McKay on regulations related to water-resource development; Poll tax clause into the state of Alabama by financially powerful conservatives, restricting both white and Negro votes.


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