Korea Diarist

December 1978
New Republic;12/8/78, Vol. 179 Issue 24, p39
Discusses matters relevant to practical politics in South Korea and implications for relations with the United States. Entrepreneur Tongson Park's campaign contributions to members of the U.S. Congress; Charges that South Korea was tampering with the American democratic process; President Jimmy Carter's fulfillment of an election pledge to withdraw troops from Korea; South Koreans' worry about another invasion from North Korea; Visit of the House Armed Forces committee to South Korea; Meaning of the word "infiltration" in the demilitarized zone.


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