June 1972
New Republic;6/3/72, Vol. 166 Issue 23, p5
The article reports and comments on current events in the news during the week of June 3, 1972. A number of items are covered including the U.S. presidential campaign of George McGovern, efforts to achieve unity by members of the Democratic Party and the political activities of Chicago, Illinois mayor Richard Daley in advance of the Democratic National Convention.


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