December 1972
New Republic;12/16/72, Vol. 167 Issue 23, p5
This article presents news including the secrets behind the success of utility stocks on Wall Street, the Coalition for a Democratic Majority, including Midge Decter, James Roosevelt, and John P. Roche, discusses how sick they are of the "New Politics," and the threat that the Nixon administration poses to free press.


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