Capital Bulletin

December 1967
National Review Bulletin;12/19/1967, Vol. 19 Issue 50, p4
The article presents comments on the friendship between Senators Everett Dirksen and Lyndon Johnson. The passage of the Consular Accord and reams of Great Society legislation with Dirksen's help is criticized. The matter of keeping the Subversive Activities Control Board open for business by the two senators is also raised.


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