Reminiscences of Millicent Fenwick : oral history, 1981.
Scope and Contents
Childhood in Bernardsville, New Jersey; early education; description of travels in Spain and in South America; career at VOGUE magazine; beginnings in politics at the local level; involvement with the Civil Rights movement: discussion of racial discrimination in housing, employment, and in unions; involvement with commissions on human and civil rights; belief that a sense of injustice breeds violence; descriptions of her district; discussion of organizations that misinform the public; comments on motives of peace groups; views on various foreign policy issues, communism, and military spending; aspects of being a woman in politics; attitudes toward political appointments, campaign spending, and special interest
groups; comments on the 1980 elections and the Carter and Reagan administrations; thoughts on ethics in government.
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