The Nation: Lib Bill

When Congress reassembles next month for its postvacation session, New York Republican Seymour Halpern plans to introduce a bill providing for the reissuance of the $2 bill, which was discontinued in 1965. Thomas Jefferson's face used to adorn the bill, but Halpern will propose substituting the stern, ascetic profile of Susan B. Anthony, the matriarch of Women's Liberation. Halpern's idea has the endorsement of 32 co-sponsors in the House, 16 Governors and 22 women's organizations, including the 5,000,000-member National Council of Women of the U.S. and even the International Association of Women Police....

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