ARLEN SPECTER - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 09/08/1972 - HFSID 65469
ARLEN SPECTER He writes a letter as District Attorney of Philadelphia to the Chairman of the Pennsylvania Finance Committee. Typed Letter signed: "Arlen" as District Attorney of Philadelphia, 1 page, 6x9. On personal letterhead. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1972 September 8.
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He writes a letter as District Attorney of Philadelphia to the Chairman of the Pennsylvania Finance Committee.
Typed Letter signed: "Arlen" as District Attorney of Philadelphia, 1 page, 6x9. On personal letterhead. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1972 September 8. To Frank McGlinn, Chairman, Pennsylvania Finance Committee, Philadelphia. In full: "I am sorry that you did not get more notice on the press meeting. I shall see to it that you get more advance notice in the future. Sincerely," Arlen Specter (1930-2012), who was assistant counsel to the Warren Commission investigating the assassination of President Kennedy, represented Pennsylvania in the U.S. Senate from 1981 to 2011. He formerly chaired the Select Committee on Intelligence (1995-1997) and the Committee on Veterans Affairs. A political centrist Specter survived a tough Republican Primary against a more conservative challenger in 2004. He became a Democrat in 2009, claiming that the Republican Party had moved too far to the right. He lost the Democratic Senate primary in 2010 to a more liberal challenger, who then lost in the general election to a more conservative Republican (Pat Toomey). Horizontal fold crosses signature. Fine condition.
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