religious right and capitol hill

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Wed Sep 28 12:43:34 MDT 1994


>From:	GMUVAX::CFUCHS       28-SEP-1994 10:53:55.75
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Subj:	economic activism?

From:	IN%"cfuchs at mason1.gmu.edu"  "CYNTHIA J. FUCHS" 27-SEP-1994 06:26:10.55
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Subj:	sheldon's #

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From: "CYNTHIA J. FUCHS" <cfuchs at mason1.gmu.edu>
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Date: Mon, 26 Sep 1994 07:15:59 -0400 (EDT)

Please pass this along.

You can call Capitol Hill to tell your Congressperson or Senator what you
think AND charge the religious right for your call.

Far-right Traditional Values Coalition leader Rev. Lou Sheldon paid for a
toll-free number so anti-gay supporters could call congressional members
and express their political views.

Well, progressives can use the same number and give the opposite views
directly to DC.  The 1-800-768-2221 phone number connects you directly to
Capitol Hill.

Spread this post and the phone number as far as possible.  Let's make
some calls and push up the phone bill for the religious right.

*****    Nathan Newman:  newman at garnet.berkeley.edu  *******





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