August 1978
National Review;8/18/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 33, p996
The article presents news briefs concerning politics and government in United States as of August 18, 1978. It discusses Philip Crane's announcement that he would run in the Republican presidential primaries. Democratic National Chairman John White is calling on the party to support the President. The Senate has approved a modified amendment requiring the President to consult with the Senate prior to making any move to change the United States-China (Taiwan) Mutual Defense Treaty of 1954.


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