T.J.W.; D.O.; A.R.; L.B.; J.H.; M.J.S.; P.L.B.; J.B.; K.L.
January 1975
National Review;1/17/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p12
The article presents information on the world politics, with emphasis on the political developments in the U.S. American President Gerald R. Ford's consideration of Edward Levi for the post of Attorney General is regarded by many conservatives as yet another reason to form a third party in 1976. William Raspberry, an African American columnist, possesses the refreshing ability to cut through absurdity when he sees it. East Germany has greatly increased its sales of Oriental rugs to Middle Eastern countries. Russian novelist Aleksandr Isaevich Solzhenitsyn is writing for a new magazine, "Konatinent," which will serve as a forum for dissident East Europeans.


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