Panter-Downes, Mollie
June 1982
New Yorker;6/28/1982, Vol. 58 Issue 19, p88
The article focuses on a war in Falkland Island and an assemblage at the Wembley Stadium in England. The fall of the resistance of Port Stanley and Argentine was considered a surprise. Pope John Paul was welcomed at the assemblage with roaring triumph from all denominations. A speech given by U.S. President Ronald Reagan is presented.


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