October 1995
New Republic;10/16/95, Vol. 213 Issue 16, p11
Comments on political issues in the U.S. as of October 16, 1995. Move of two Bosnian women in the U.S. to sue Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic for war crimes in a U.S. court; Remarks on the relationship of Rupert Murdoch, owner of HarperCollins, with the Chinese government; Correction to the article "Race in the Newsroom," by Ruth Shalit, published in the October 2, 1995 issue of "The New Republic."


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