The Senate Series: New York

Roberts, Sam
October 1976
New Republic;10/30/76, Vol. 175 Issue 18, p15
Focuses on political campaigns of various candidates for Senate from New York. Limitations of Republican-Conservative candidate James Buckley's fervor for federal intervention; Revival of the alliances and ambitions of the New Deal by Democrat-Liberal Daniel Patrick Moynihan; Reference to the Senate seat occupied by Robert F. Kennedy that developed into a classical philosophical clash; Actions that should be taken by Buckley to secure a victory.


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