August 1994
New Republic;8/8/94, Vol. 211 Issue 6, p8
Comments on issues and events related to politics in the U.S. and abroad as of August 1994. Reason behind the decision of President Bill Clinton to suspend diplomatic relations with Rwanda; Attack on artist Lynn Johnston for featuring a character's homosexuality in the comic strip "For Better or For Worse"; Death of Gallahan's Furniture owner Franklin Gallahan.


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