February 1975
New Republic;2/1/75, Vol. 172 Issue 5, p5
The article discusses world events as of February 1, 1975. The legacy of the war in Vietnam and its effect on U.S. politics is examined. In light of an insurgency in Cambodia, the U.S. government has decided to airlift food and ammunition to the capital city of Pnompenh. According to the article, more conservative leaders, such as Teng Hsiao-ping, are set to take over China.


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