Washington Diarist

November 1978
New Republic;11/25/78, Vol. 179 Issue 22, p43
Focuses on the social issues of the U.S. Role of U.S. consumer advocate Ralph Nader in Washington real estate market; Comment on "Portraits of Greatness," a series of 50 silver coins honoring the great men and women who led America to preeminence among the nations of the world; Selection of these great men and women by U.S. Senator Henry Kissinger; Information on the death of a marathon racer in Michigan.


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