April 1975
National Review;4/25/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 15, p430
This article presents information on recent socio-political developments from across the world. Recently, U.S. Senator George McGovern held extensive talks with Yasir Arafat of the Palestine Liberation Organization. After witnessing the triumph of his policy in Southeast Asia, Senator McGovern is now turning his hand to the Middle East. John Hill and Charles Joseph Pernasilice have been convicted in the death of the guard who was brained during the Attica revolt. Hill was found guilty of murder, Pernasilice of attempted assault. The National Taxpayers Union has pointed out that the biggest booze, saloon, and night club syndicate in American history is now being operated by--the Pentagon.


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