Washington Diarist

May 1979
New Republic;5/19/79, Vol. 180 Issue 20, p43
Comments on issues pertaining to politics and government in the United States. U.S. President Jimmy Carter's chances of winning the Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty (SALT) ratification issue; Most popular topic in every dinner party, according to "Washington Post" editor Meg Greenfield; Delay in the publication of the periodical "National Notary"; Debate over domestic service; Rockefeller Foundation Presidential Search Committee's acceptance of nominations and applications for president; Condemnation of nuclear power.


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