The Greening of Sam Brown-II

Mano, D. Keith
September 1976
National Review;9/17/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 35, p1010
The article presents the author's views of U.S. State Secretary Sam Brown. The author describes the aversion of Brown to megagovernment. He also mentions the over-qualification of Brown as a liberal. He also relates the comment made by Brown with regard to the distribution of power and wealth in the U.S.


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