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Good Housekeeping Presents the League
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"Good Housekeeping" Presents the League
"On election day there's usually one thing that Republican and Democratic parties can agree on: millions of people will be better informed because of the League of Women Voters of the United States.
"Although vigorously non-partisan as far as individual candidates and parties are concerned, the league has had important influence on legislation at almost every governmental level. This ranges from a purely local matter, such as campaigning for improved school facilities, to its opposition to a proposed constitutional amendment that would curb the treaty-making power of the President."
Thus does "Good Housekeeping" start off an excellent one-page presentation in the October 1959 issue.
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