February 1979
National Review Bulletin;2/23/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 8, pB17
The article comments on the reactions of liberals in the U.S. Congress to the prospect of a national convention to propose a federal balanced-budget amendment. A description of the national convention is given by Senator Edward Moore Kennedy. New York Attorney Harriet Pilpel described the probable consequence of the convention. Conservative Senator Paul Laxalt expressed his concern for the convention despite his support for the balanced budget amendment.


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