Mano, D. Keith
December 1977
National Review;12/23/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 50, p1507
The article presents the author's opinions about Andrew Young, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. According to Young, though the U.S. is committed to Israel's integrity, there is no commitment in the U.S. to the expansion of Israel. Young thinks that the problems of the world are so serious that sometimes it is better to be a little irresponsible about certain issues. According to Young, he gets too much credit for the changes that have been implemented in the United Nations. Young has recently played an important role in the political developments in the U.S.


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