Integrity for Sale

M. E. K.
August 1977
New Republic;8/6/77, Vol. 177 Issue 6/7, p48
Presents information on several political developments in the U.S. View that Philip Lacovra sold his integrity by charging the U.S. House Ethics Committee an exorbitant amount for his services as special counsel in the Korean investigation; Controversy over the proposed location of a gymnasium for Kent State University in Ohio; Discussion on the suitability of formation of the Carnegie Commission on the Future of Public Television; Discussion on the decision of some White House employees to lay off their calligraphers; Implication of U.S. President Jimmy Carter's decision to hold his second town meeting in Yazoo City, Mississippi; Discussion on integrity of Bert Lance, a banker.


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