The Democrats' farm team brims with young idealism

Feldmann, Linda
June 1995
Christian Science Monitor;6/29/95, Vol. 87 Issue 150, p1
Informs about the views of the College Democrats of America (CDA) on various national and international issues as of June 1995. Their opposition to cuts proposed by the Republican Congress in federal spending on education; History of student politics in the US.


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