Ladowsky, Ellen
August 1994
New Republic;8/8/94, Vol. 211 Issue 6, p14
Highlights the opposition of U.S. Republicans against the plans of Walt Disney to develop the America history park in Virginia in 1994. Action of Virginia Governor George Allen which arouse the suspicion of Republicans; Speculation on the motives of Republicans for opposing the development of the park; Argument raised by William Kristol, chairman of the Project for the Republican Future.


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