Indiana Politics 1969; 1978


Indiana Politics, 1969;, 1978

Indiana Politics 1969; 1978

The interviews in this project discuss Indiana politics from the nineteen thirties to the nineteen seventies. Presidential elections and Republican conventions are topics of major importance. Also included, however, are discussions about House committees and legislative bills as well as a description of important agricultural events during the time period.

3 interviews; Audiotapes, transcripts, and collateral materials


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