November 1974
New Republic;11/9/74, Vol. 171 Issue 19, p3
The article discusses various issues in U.S. politics. The significance and necessity of trips abroad by U.S. President Gerald Ford is discussed. The article considers Ford's proposed visit to Japan in light of a controversy over U.S. nuclear weapons in Japan, and a visit by Ford to South Korea. Proposed leasing of naval oil reserves by the U.S. government is discussed. Also discussed is a public demand for more government regulation of utility prices.


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