Dear Congressman Abbitt

“Dear Congressman Abbitt”

Virginians and National Politics, 1948-1973

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Frequent correspondent Landon Lane wrote to Abbitt to express his dismay at what he perceived to be overly solicitous treatment of African leaders by the U.S. Department of State. Enclosing a Richmond Times Dispatch article about the visit of Ahmed…

In these prepared remarks for the floor of the House of Representatives, Abbitt called for curtailing foreign aid to developing nations.

A collection of correspondence sent to Abbitt from constituent Elizabeth Jordan addressing the Walter McCarran Immigration Act, foreign aid, welfare, and "The Song of Hate" in "South Pacific."

Prepared remarks of Abbitt before the Chesapeake Shrine Club in Chesapeake, Virginia. Abbitt noted it was the firs time he spoken in Chesapeake since the city had been redistricted into the fourth Congressional district. Abbitt's speech…
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