Tom Polgar oral history interview, October 23, 1979

Tom Polgar oral history interview, October 23, 1979
Oral history of Tom Polgar. Tape too corrupted to retrieve any information from. Poorly recorded, audio too low to hear talking over noise. Polgar, a staffer for Senator Robert Morgan, talks about the reasoning for Morgan's opposition to mental health legislation in the Senate, and also his opposition to the creation of the Department of Education. Includes partial transcript. Interviewer: Pete Daniel.
October 23, 1979
Original Format
oral histories
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Location of Original
East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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