Governor Spiro T. Agnew's press conferences and updates for weekly newspapers, January 3-4,1968

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Track 1: Governor Spiro T. Agnew's press conference on the expansion of day care services for the children of mothers on welfare, public education, senatorial candidates, the Maryland constitutional convention, crime rates, and the Labor Bill of Rights in the Maryland constitution, January 3, 1968.  In addition, Governor Spiro T. Agnew holds a press conference to discuss the accessibility of general health care to all citizens and the creation of community mental health centers for alcoholics and the emotionally disturbed, and the alcohol tax, January 4, 1968.  Track 2: Governor Spiro T. Agnew holds a press conference on his proposal to have bi-annual press conferences to better fill in the gaps of information for weekly newspapers.  He also answers  questions from reporters on numerous state matters, such as elections, taxes, the death penalty, the penal system, teacher salaries, pinball raids, illegal gambling, bonds, and pollution.
Agnew, Spiro T., 1918-1996
Government, Law, Politics; Governors -- Maryland -- History -- Sources
North America; United States; Maryland
Politics and Civic Life
Special Collections and University Archives
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01:46:12 hh:mm:ss; 1/4" open reel tape
Spiro T. Agnew papers
Accession 74-10, Series 5, Subseries 1, Box 1
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