May 2001
New Republic;05/07/2001, Vol. 224 Issue 19, p12
Presents news briefs related to socio-political condition in the United States. Expected release by the White House of judicial nominees to fill federal court vacancies; Seizure of the American EP-3 crew by China; Denial by the U.S. President, George W. Bush's team regarding Taiwan's request for ships equipped with the Aegis radar system; Reference to the working of the "Campaign to Defend America's Environment," a new fund-raising tool; Views of journalist David Horowitz on reparations for descendants of American slaves.


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