Humphrey and Udall The Most Decent Men In Public Life

June 2013
Moderate Voice;6/1/2013, p4
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The article offers information on U.S. politicians Hubert Humphrey and Morris K. Udall. It states that Humphrey had a good personality and he conducted himself well. It mentions that Humphrey played an important role in the U.S. Civil Rights Act. It highlights that Udall had a good nature and his sense of humor made his popular among friends. It reports that Udall worked towards increasing benefits for civil servants.


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