Washington Report

December 1995
National Minority Politics;Dec95, Vol. 7 Issue 12, p31
Reports that the longest serving black woman in Congress, Republican Cardiss Collins said in a surprise announcement that she will retire. Collins political career history; Main factor for stepping down; What retirement set off.


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