November 1994
New Republic;11/21/94, Vol. 211 Issue 21, p8
Comments on issues and events related to society and politics in the U.S. as of November 21, 1994. Number of U.S. intelligence operations betrayed by former Central Intelligence Agency agent Aldrich Ames; Reason behind the decision of Joel Ford to drop a lawsuit that claimed that the Bible was based on hearsay; Controversy surrounding the hearing of the murder case filed against football player O. J. Simpson.


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