February 1977
National Review;2/4/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p128
The article presents news related to various political developments in the U.S. According to Joseph Califano, U.S. Department of Health, Welfare and Education Secretary, there won't be any action on national health insurance in 1977. U.S. Treasury Secretary Michael Blumenthal does not expect to get the unemployment down below 6.5 percent before the end of 1977. Robert Strauss has resigned his job as Chairman of the Democratic National Committee. Mary Louise Smith has resigned as Chairman of the Republican National Committee, to be replaced by William Brock, the centrist candidate.


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