March 1995
New Republic;3/6/95, Vol. 212 Issue 10, p10
Comments on issues and events related to society and politics in the U.S. and overseas as of March 6, 1995. Reason for the decline in the income of the Church of God in Pasadena, California; Measure taken by the Human Rights Watch in Middle East to end the violence in the Gaza Strip; Controversy on the decision of U.S. Senator John McCain to co-host the annual convention of the National Association for Bilingual Education.


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