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Congresswoman Dwyer's Report to the People of her district, a newsletter sent to her constituents in New Jersey, about how there were some bills that were suspended by the House and the President was given the opportunity to get rid of some programs that were enacted in order to reduce "unnecessary or inflationary spending."
Florence P. Dwyer, Representative of the 12th District, New Jersey
October 5, 1972
Bay 2, Column 9, Public Service, Box 21
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Dwyer, Florence P., "Report to the People Vol. 16 No. 7" (1972). Florence Dwyer Report to the People Newsletter 1972. 1.
The Papers of Florence Dwyer, 1953-1972 (bulk 1958-1972)