The Politics of Bathos

February 1978
National Review;2/3/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p136
The article offers comments and views on the eulogy of U. S. Vice President Mondale for his mentor, Hubert Humphrey. Revelations on the irony of the political effect of Mondale with that of Humphrey is discussed. The failure of Mondale to look at things in Humphrey's perspective to realize the problems of the black people and do something about them is imparted.


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