Ignorance is Bliss

Osborne, John
March 1978
New Republic;3/11/78, Vol. 178 Issue 10, p5
Focuses on the dubious transactions taking place in the United States with reference to the case where close to three million dollars were paid to a sales representative in Iran on an arms deal. Innocence pleaded by G. William Miller, Head of the Federal Reserve Board in the case; Investigation of the case; Lack of any evidence against Miller; Doubts that the committee got the facts right.


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