T.R.B. from Washington

February 1962
New Republic;2/26/62, Vol. 146 Issue 9, p2
Presents information related to political developments in the U.S. Comments on activities on the third phase in the Congressional cycle; Information that cities appeal to their local state governments and find them gerrymandered in favor of farm areas; Reports that Republicans regard the necessity of voting on the new Department of Urban Affairs bill; Statement that amateur anti-Communists are as useful as amateur brain surgeons.


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