November 1978
National Review;11/24/78, Vol. 30 Issue 47, p1454
The article presents news briefs related to political conditions in the U.S. In Colorado, a lack of financial support and strong political base led to defeat of the tax-limitation amendment. An article in the newspaper "The New York Times" says that various Political Action Committees invested $18.7 million into various races. U.S. President Jimmy Carter's appearance on Wall Street to boost politician Hugh Carey was disrupted by concerned citizens who wanted to know why Secret Service agents were not equipped with pooper-scoopers.


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