Washington Diarist

October 1978
New Republic;10/7/78, Vol. 179 Issue 15, p43
Focuses on developments about various issues in the United States. Statement of Ronald Reagan that he will run for the presidency if nominated and serve if elected; Description of the first issue of the revived "Life" magazine; Comments made by a secretary of the Russian embassy that the Russians are the only people left who really believe in the novel; Meeting with sociologist Howard Higman of Colorado University.


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