McGrath, Douglas G.
April 1995
New Republic;4/24/95, Vol. 212 Issue 17, p14
Presents an analogy between the Democrats in the U.S. Congress and the professional sitters at the Oscars ceremony in Hollywood, California. Descriptions of the Oscars awards ceremony; Behavior of journalists, fans and actors; Possible reasons of director Woody Allen for not attending the ceremony to get his award.


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