Domestic Affairs

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Domestic Affairs

By James Duffy
Simon and Schuster, 1979
309 pp. $10.95

A young New York lawyer begins with goals set by President Franklin D. Roosevelt for the domestic life of the nation in 1944 and then offers a nonpartisan report card on achievements since. The overall average is passing, the individual grades vary from B to D. He ends on an upbeat note.

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