Logan, Andy
February 1973
New Yorker;2/3/1973, Vol. 48 Issue 50, p68
The article features the opening session of the New York State Legislature and the annual charter meeting of the New York City Council. The author has presented some of the pronouncements made by congressmen, stressing on the importance for these men to address the issue regarding conflicting governmental powers. He likewise provided some of the details of what has transcribed during the whole day session, enumerating some of its officers who has been duly elected by the council.


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