T.J.W.; M.J.S.; D.O.; K.L.; P.L.B.; L.B.; J.H.
May 1975
National Review;5/9/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 17, p488
The article presents information on the current political developments around the world. North Carolina legislature has voted down the Equal Rights Amendment. Political candidate George Wallace in the U.S. has qualified under the new campaign financing law to have the Federal Government match contributions of $250 or less up to a preconvention total of $10 million. About 50,000 North Vietnamese troops are stationed in Laos. Vessels of the Soviet fleet have been sighted throughout the Western Pacific.


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