Doling out?

Koehl, Carla; Van Boven, Sarah
April 1997
Newsweek;4/7/1997, Vol. 129 Issue 14, p4
Highlights criticism of American Red Cross chief Elizabeth Dole. A call for her resignation from `The Philadelphia Inquirer'; Criticism of hiring practices.


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