Nelson Rockefeller, RIP

February 1979
National Review;2/16/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p217
The article discusses the death of Nelson Rockefeller's political career. It cites the reasons for his failure as a national political figure including the reversal of the post-Civil War political alignments which he failed to play along. It also states that although Rockefeller failed in politics, he is some ways larger than politics and the issues with which he is identified.


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