Washington Diarist

May 1978
New Republic;5/13/78, Vol. 178 Issue 19, p42
Discusses current political developments in the United States. Description about the report of U.S. Presidents' Commission on mental health; Expenditure of the federal government on mental health; District of Columbia Bar Association's holding of a "law fair" during the Labor Day celebration; Reception by President Jimmy Carter on the lawn of the White House for American Jewish leaders in honor of the 30th birthday of the statehood Israel;


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