Power and Money

H. F.
July 1977
New Republic;7/9/77, Vol. 177 Issue 2/3, p44
Focuses on issues related to money and social status in Washington. Factors that have contributed to the development of the real estate market in Washington; Sources of jobs and money in Washington; Status of middle-aged wealthy in Washington; Statement that increase in credit rating of the employed is the secret of the new affluence in Washington; Reference to the non-profit organization as an alternative source money for the young in Washington.


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