The Resonance Differential

Burnham, James
June 1975
National Review;6/6/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 21, p602
The article discusses a hypothetical situation wherein a group of military officers stages a successful coup and assumes control of a government. It compared the hypothetical situation to that of Portugal except that there has not been too much response from the global public opinion apparatus which includes the media, intellectuals, politicians and college students.


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