Fred Harris: The Oklahoma Preacher

Wieck, Paul R.
June 1975
New Republic;6/21/75, Vol. 172 Issue 25, p14
Profiles U.S. Democrat Fred Harris. Family and educational background of Harris; Political profile of Harris; Strategies adopted by Harris for presidential elections in 1972; Messages spread by Harris; Views of Harris on economic conditions of the U.S.; Foreign policy of Harris; Report on education of father of Harris; Information on poor conditions in which Harris's family lived; Philosophy of Harris in politics; Focus on personality of Harris as a politician; Information on education of Harris; Report on rise of Harris in his political carrier; Protest of Harris against the war in 1968; Information on Harris being awarded as party's national chairman in 1968; Specialty of Harris being tax reform; Suggestions from Harris on declining productivity, rising deficits, balance of payments problems, etc. Tax reform is his answer; Announcement made by Harris in Concord bringing into the campaign by an interest in that program.


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