Committee chairmanships hang in the balance

Warner, David
November 1996
Nation's Business;Nov96, Vol. 84 Issue 11, p8
Examines the implications of the outcome of the November 5, 1996 Congressional elections for small business enterprises in the United States. Possible committee chairmanship scenario if the Democrats regain control of the Congress; Tendency of Democrat committee chairs to come from a much older generation; Stance of some Congressional Democrats on issues affecting small business.


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