Battle of the Millionaires

Alsop, Stewart
October 1958
Saturday Evening Post;10/25/1958, Vol. 231 Issue 17, p38
Focuses on the competition between Democrat Averell Harriman and Republican Nelson Rockefeller for the governorship of New York in 1958. Estimation of the fortune of Harriman between $75,000 to 100,000; Enthusiasm of Rockefeller on his campaign; Citation to Harriman as an expert politician.


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