December 1995
New Republic;12/11/95, Vol. 213 Issue 24, p10
Focuses on the socio-political issues related to the United States. Cancellation of raid at a public housing unit by the Secret Service, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, Drug Enforcement Administration and other federal agencies; Views that stand of the U.S. House might increase abortion rates in poor women; Question about the neoconservative embrace of writer Pat Robertson, being asked by an undergraduate during a Harvard's John F. Kennedy School conference; Attitude of the member of Republican Party in the U.S. House regarding issue of Congressional term limits; Condition of O.J. Simpson, a sex offender, in the jail.


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