October 1976
New Republic;10/16/76, Vol. 175 Issue 16, p3
The article presents discussions of U.S. events as of October 16, 1976. The U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee has been examining a resolution about the sale of Maverick missiles to Saudi Arabia. The presidential campaign debate between candidates Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter on foreign policy is discussed.


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