Railsback and the GOP

Hopkins, George E.
October 1974
New Republic;10/12/74, Vol. 171 Issue 15, p13
Reports that chairperson Mary Louise Smith of the Republican National Committee is campaigning for Representative Tom Railsback of Illinois for the forthcoming election in the U.S. Attitude of people towards former U.S. President Richard Nixon; Information that Railsback is standing against the Democratic opponent, an unknown Moline attorney named Jim Gende; Comment made by Smith on the personality and reputation of Railsback; Appreciation of Smith as a effective speaker.


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