Stampfl, Barry
July 1975
New Republic;7/5/75, Vol. 173 Issue 1/2, p2
Reports on the campaign of big corporations in the U.S. to express views of former political leaders about social and political conditions of the country. Presentation for views of statesmen Patrick Henry and Sam Adams in advertisements by different corporations; Need to face moral challenge regarding slavery issue in the country; Bicentennial celebration showing respect to the Founding Fathers of the U.S.


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