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House Divided Oral History Project: Interview with Robert Anderson
Governor Quie's press secretary, Anderson talks mostly of the concern of the Governor's Office in getting Quie's legislative message to the people - the constitutional amendments, the energy bill, etc. Anderson says it was important that the Governor define the state's legislative agenda rather than having it come from the DFL-dominated House or Senate. He feels they succeeded. Anderson also said that the weakened DFL made it easier for the administration to play a large role in the affairs of the House. Anderson also spends a great deal of time detailing the energy fight and the bonding bill. The interview is good because it is so completely from the administrative perspective.
1 hour sound cassette
Content Category: sound recordings
00:58:47 running time
Interviewee: Anderson, Robert
Interviewer: Bjornson, Jon
Creation: Not earlier than 1980 - Not later than 1981
|Holding Type||Oral History - Interview|
OH 41 (Library Call Number)
AV1980.269.2 (Accession Number)
MHS Library Catalog
Oral History - Project, MHS Collection, project: 'House Divided Oral History Project'