Washington Diarist

Ledec, Michael
April 1978
New Republic;4/8/78, Vol. 178 Issue 14, p42
Presents the author's comments on political and social conditions in the U.S. Problems faced by American left-wing activists; Impact of the Vietnam war and Watergate scandal on the image of U.S. politics; Criticism of the U.S. foreign correspondents regarding their coverage of world politics; Discussion about the foreign policy in the U.S.; Argument pertaining to the crisis of public schools in the U.S.


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