Eugene McCarthy

Harrison, Gilbert A.
September 1974
New Republic;9/21/74, Vol. 171 Issue 12, p12
Presents information on the plan of Senator Eugene McCarthy to nominate for the forthcoming presidential election in the U.S. Information on the career profile of MacCarthy; Report that a Committee for a Constitutional Presidency inspired and spoken for McCarthy, was set up in August through the generosity of a few Midwestern enthusiasts; Comment on McCarthy's maximum faith in liberty and minimum in coercion.


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