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Resource ID: #8815
Subject: Art
Source: Village Voice (New York)


Village Voice (New York) reports that National Endowment for the Arts chair John Frohnmayer was forced to resign not only because of GOP presidential hopeful Pat Buchanan's attacks on George Bush, but also as a result of an orchestrated campaign by the office of Dan Quayle and White House chief of staff John Sununu; gives an account of the chair's embattled and short tenure at the NEA, March 10, 1992.

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