A place called Pamelot

Corry, John
April 1997
American Spectator;Apr97, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p50
Focuses on memorial service for Pamela Harriman as an evidence of American culture and political decline. US President Clinton's eulogy of Harriman; Why Harriman was a self-promoter who persuaded people to help her; Harriman's involvement in the Democratic politics; Implication of Harrimans's researched biography book `Reflected Glory.'


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