February 1971
National Review Bulletin;2/16/1971, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p21
This article offers news briefs concerning the issue of the church and the state in the U.S. A judge directed a Roman Catholic priest to testify, in connection with the plans of six people to bomb federal heating plants in Washington and to kidnap Presidential adviser Henry A. Kissinger. The Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, the Right Reverend John E. Hines, requested that General Motors cease its manufacturing operations in South Africa.


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