February 1973
New Republic;2/17/73, Vol. 168 Issue 7, p7
This article presents news including how different groups and individuals including U.S. President Richard Nixon and those of the Christian religion view the definition of the word amnesty, discussions over the topic of handgun violence in the United States following the murder of Senator John Stennis, and how well project involving Litton Industries fared in the 1974 fiscal year budget of President Nixon.


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