The Week

February 1978
National Review;2/17/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p192
Cites developments concerning politics and politicians in the United States as of February 17, 1978. Inclusion of nominations to fill the House of Representatives seat vacated by Ed Koch; Percentage of families on welfare in 1975 that had been on welfare five years or longer; Decision reportedly taken by U.S. President Jimmy Carter to create a Cabinet post, Secretary of Education.


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