40 years ago I went to work for then-governor Nelson Rockefeller
as a young lawyer, and in the subsequent years have had the opportunity to work with many members of the Family.
Hence the book uncovers the role African Americans played in creating today's system of mass incarceration to report that current anti-drug policies are based on a set of controversial laws first adopted in New York in the early 1970s and championed by the state's Republican governor, Nelson Rockefeller
In its decades of history, the latest addition to the Ritz-Carlton portfolio of 88 hotels and resorts has played host to the world's most powerful and famous, from statesmen through to Hollywood icons, including Elizabeth Taylor, Frank Sinatra, as well as business giants such as Nelson Rockefeller
This latest addition to The Ritz-Carlton has played host to the world's most powerful and famous, from statesmen through to Hollywood icons, including Elizabeth Taylor, Frank Sinatra, as well as business giants such as Nelson Rockefeller
Urstadt and Hyman were among the officials tasked by then-governor Nelson Rockefeller
with creating Battery Park City in the late 1960s.
, who served nearly 11 months longer.
Seen through the prism of subsequent national experience, Nelson Rockefeller
resembles a swollen postwar automobile -- a land yacht with tail fins, a period piece, bemusing and embarrassing.
When news broke out of Nixon's secret flight to meet with New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller
and receive from the liberal governor amendments to the party platform, Goldwater was furious, declaring the "Compact of Fifth Avenue" another "Munich," in an unflattering parallel between Nixon's appeasement of Rockefeller and British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain's appeasement of Hitler 22 years earlier.
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This is the latest meliorative attempt by New York Democrats to soften the state's drug laws, which took an infamous turn toward the draconian four decades ago under Governor Nelson Rockefeller
Before that, he was managing partner of the New York law firm Patterson, Belknap, Webb & Tyler, and held various positions in state and federal government, including as counsel for New York governor, Nelson Rockefeller
, and senior White House aide under president Gerald Ford.
and Barry Goldwater were the only Republican front-runners in Gallup polling in 1963.