February 1974
New Republic;2/23/74, Vol. 170 Issue 8, p7
The article discusses events related to U.S. politics. The author suggests taped recordings of conversations relating to the break-in of the Watergate Hotel should be turned over to special prosecutor Leon Jaworski. Senator Clifford P. Case has revealed that the U.S. Export-Import Bank loaned the Soviet Union millions of dollars without congressional approval. Soviet author Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn has been exiled to West Germany.


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