Rep. Ron Dellums winds up a stellar 27 years on Capitol Hill

December 1997
Jet;12/08/97, Vol. 93 Issue 3, p4
Reports on the retirement of Ronald V. Dellums from the US House of Representatives. His lack of indication as to future plans; His desire to regain control of his personal life; His reputation as a radical liberal; Career highlights.


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