Liberals on the Loose

Brookhiser, Richard
October 1982
National Review;10/29/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 21, p1332
The article presents a discussion of the Liberals' political doctrines and the Republicans' political campaigns in the United States. It mentions issues raised by Raymond Shamie against Senator Edward Kennedy with regards to his character as a political leader. It explains the limits of support of the public on the candidacy of Thomas P. O'Neill, and the support of Millicent Fenwick on defense spending and tax raise.


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