New York Albatross

October 1975
National Review;10/24/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 41, p1157
Examines reasons for which New York City has become a symbolic as well as a substantive issue in the forthcoming presidential elections in the U.S. Statement that the city probably ranks second in universal loathing; Views on whether the federal government should rescue the city from financial default; Decision of President Gerald R. Ford to adopt the energy finance plan of republican Vice President Nelson Rockefeller.


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