May 1975
National Review;5/23/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 19, p537
The article presents news and developments relevant to U.S. politics and international relations. More than 50 percent of the Americans are still confident with the way Henry Kissinger is handling his job as U.S. secretary of states. U.S. House Majority leader Tip O'Neill and Democratic Caucus leader Philip Burton refused the resolution presented by Representative John Rousselot of California which condemns Hanoi, Vietnam blatant violation of the Paris Peace Accords.


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