June 1976
National Review;6/11/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 21, p598
The article presents an update on world politics as of June 11, 1976. The first national survey of Washington Post indicated the possibility for Jimmy Carter to win the 1976 presidential elections in the U.S. Volunteer defense training camps in Thailand were raided by Communist guerillas which killed 15 people. About 200,000 persons related to the government of Vietnamese President Nguyen Van Thieu are being held in Communist re-education camps according to a Le Monde correspondent, Patrice de Beer.


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