April 1995
New Republic;4/17/95, Vol. 212 Issue 16, p10
Comments on various socio-economic and political developments in the United States. Decision of the Secret Service, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, Drug Enforcement Administration and other federal agencies to cancel a raid at a public housing unit after the District of Columbia inadvertently publicized it beforehand in a news release; Hysteria about the U.S. House's welfare reform plan and the issue of abortion; Irving Kristol's response to a query about the neoconservative embrace of Pat Robertson.


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