July 1972
New Republic;7/22/72, Vol. 167 Issue 4, p5
The article reports and comments on current events in the news during the week of July 22, 1972. A number of items are covered including the political strategies of the Democratic Party following the 1972 presidential nominating convention, likely changes in the membership of the United States Congress and changes to the system for classifying secret government documents.


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