Ansell, Charles; Rauh Jr., John L.; Cox, Jeffrey; Davidoff, Douglass T.; Curtis, Amy E.
August 1978
New Republic;8/5/78-8/12/78, Vol. 179 Issue 6/7, p7
Presents letters to the editor to comment on previous articles. Kondracke's article on the Patrick Daniel Moynihan for president movement; Nicholas von Hoffman's July 1, 1978 article on Washington, DC, local government; Washington Diarist column in the July 8 and 15, 1978 issue which criticizes the administration of President Jimmy Carter; Stanley Kauffmann's review of the film "Heaven Can Wait" in the July 8 and 15, 1978 issue.


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