Rah, Rah, New York

Stupp, Herbert W.
April 1976
National Review;4/16/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 13, p400
This article offers insights about a rally held in New York City which called for a federal bailout of the city in 1976. The rally was organized by the office of New York City Mayor Abraham Beame. It attracted between 5,000 to 15,000 attendees. The rally was organized for political purposes, however, most of the onlookers had stopped because of the celebrities and known personalities who attended the event. The author believed that the rally was a shame. The city needed to be united and to be saved.


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