A Touch of Ginger

Dolan, Anthony R.
October 1978
National Review;10/27/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 43, p1341
The article focuses on the get-together dinner party of the Republicans in Greenwich, Connecticut. The chief guest of the dinner was U.S. Republican Congressman Jack Kemp. At the party, Businessman Malcolm Pray discussed about the support he has given to the Republican Party since twenty years. Kemp gave statements about his life as a Congressman. Meanwhile, Congressman Ronald Sarasin pledged to revoke Connecticut's capital gains tax. For city Republicans, the dinner is part of the tradition.


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