Ford sworn-in as youngest member of 105th Congress

January 1997
Jet;1/27/97, Vol. 91 Issue 10, p4
Profiles Harold E. Ford Jr., a black legislator who has the distinction of being the youngest member of the 105th Congress. Political career of his father, Harold Ford Sr.; Career highlights of Ford Jr.; His congressional campaign which centered around a new vision; Views on challenges in the 105th Congress.


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