December 1975
National Review;12/19/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 49, p1455
The article reports on developments concerning U.S. government and politics as of December 19, 1975. U.S. President Gerald R. Ford plans to reduce the budget of the Selective Service System from $28 million to $22 million. Senator Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania has decided not to seek re-election. The Minnesota Republican Party has changed its name to Independent-Republican Party.


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