April 1978
National Review;4/28/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 17, p506
The article presents several news briefs in the United States. Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan published an essay against the welfare reform. Congressman Frederick Richmond was involved in the release of Frank Emmick in Cuban prison and his recent case of homosexuality. New Jersey's Public Health Council banned smoking in public places.


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