Grid Lib?

November 1974
Time;11/25/1974, Vol. 104 Issue 22, p93
The article offers information on the justification of the existence of the Gridiron Club in the U.S. by looking into the pretensions and prerequisites of political leaders. It states that the political organization limits its membership to 50 where women need not apply. It mentions the issues and challenges faced by the club's 89-year-old constitution where a counter-Gridiron party was held attracting celebrities who had attended the orthodox event. Moreover, it notes that Gridiron will expand its membership to 60 in the next five years and plans to invite women to the club.


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