VOLUME 2 / NUMBER 4
IN THIS ISSUE: POLITICS & POWER
Educating Ella Grasso
Colonial Black Governors
Fighting for the Keys to City Hall
Stumping for the Party of Lincoln
On the cover:
President John F. Kennedy, Governor John Dempsey, and U.S. senatorial candidate Abraham Ribicoff on the campaign trail. Ansonia, October 17, 1962.
|pg 7||From the Publisher:|
|pg 8||Letters, etc.|
|pg 12||On the Campaign Trail.
By Nancy O. Albert and Mark Jones
|pg 18||A Quaker Firebrand Swings An Election.
By Joseph Duffy
|pg 25||Politics of Change: Mayor vs. Manager.
By Donald F. Fenton
|pg 30||The Education of Ella Grasso.
By Jon E. Purmont
|pg 36||re: Collections
Buttons worn and torches carried for our parties’ candidates.
By Marianne Curling
Monument to the Black Governors
By Billie M. Anthony
Connecticut’s Old State House.
How far have we come since the riots of the late 1960s?An interview with Butch Lewis.
A memorial for victims of the circus fire, an award for the Antiquarian & Landmarks Society, and where to find out more about Connecticut’s political history.