May 1975
New Republic;5/24/75, Vol. 172 Issue 21, p3
The article reports and comments on current events making news during the week of May 24, 1975. A number of items are covered including the participation of the United States in the international arms trade, controversial statements made by Idi Amin, leader of the African nation of Uganda and Alabama governor George Wallace, and the impact on the United States of the Mayaguez incident.


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