One for Miss Manners

Crawford, Craig
November 1998
National Journal;11/21/98, Vol. 30 Issue 47/48, p2807
Reports on the signing of a law that honors Theodore Roosevelt for leading the `Rough Riders' during the Spanish-American War by United States President Bill Clinton. Information on Representative Paul McHale, author of the law; Political differences between Clinton and McHale; Invitation of Clinton for McHale to the bill-signing ceremony; Comments from McHale.


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