Edmonton, James
March 1976
National Review;3/5/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p195
The article presents news briefs concerning world economics and politics as of March 1976. Senator Barry Goldwater claims that U.S. Vice President Nelson Rockefeller would be a good president of the U.S. In a "TV Guide" column, professor John Roche criticized the attitude of television networks towards the coverage of the Central Intelligence Agency and Angolan problems of the U.S. Speculations are discussed regarding the appointment of Hua Kuo-feng as acting Prime Minister of China after the death of Chou En-lai. Joseph Frolik, a defector from the Czechoslovak intelligence service, revealed to the U.S. Senate the agencies being monitored by the Czech service under the KGB. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization admitted in a report that its literacy program has failed.


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