Successful Partnership

Douglas, Emily Taft
October 1954
New Republic;10/4/54, Vol. 131 Issue 14, p21
This article presents information on the book "Adventures in Politics," by Richard L. Neuberger. This is a first-rate handbook on state government, but it is fascinating as are few textbooks. In part this is because the author is an able journalist, but chiefly because he is a political participant. The book should encourage these groups whom the author wants to multiply in government; namely, younger men, career public servants and qualified women. On one point, Neuberger may have had a change of heart. He stresses the tragic and constant "sluicing off of able people from state government," but following the usual pattern, he is running this fall for the United States Senate.


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