Connecticut's Clare

July 1943
New Republic;7/19/43, Vol. 109 Issue 3, p72
Presents information on Clare Boothe Luce, congresswoman from Connecticut. Political career of Luce; Introduction of Luce to practical politics in the Willkie campaign of 1940; Information on her professional career before joining politics; Criticism of her habit of indulging in loose talk; Views of Luce on the necessity for international social and economic planning; Support for the retention of labor's gains and the Wagner Act; Information on her request being turned down for joining the Foreign Affairs Committee; Importance of developing consistent principles to be a success in politics.


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