September 1982
National Review;9/3/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 17, p1061
The article focuses on the politics and governance in the United States. It is widely believed that the United States, through President Ronald Reagan, has a great influence in the attacks made by Israel to Lebanon. President Reagan will likely appoint a super-negotiator for the talks on Palestinian autonomy. Senator Lyn Nofziger is being criticized for supporting the tax bill.


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