Nightmares, Past and at Hand

Will, George F.
May 1975
National Review;5/23/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 19, p548
The article reflects on political and economic issues in United States. It focuses on the consequences of U.S. defeat on the second Indochina war in which two million Americans fought and 55,000 have died. One of the sector greatly affected by the defeat is the economy, which is evident in the automobile and housing industry.


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