December 1977
National Review;12/9/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 48, p1400
The article presents world news briefs. An overview of the several complaints against United States President Jimmy Carter's administration is offered. The National Council of Churches announces on its thirty affiliates to withdraw all church funds from South Africa. The Great Britain declares that as long as Cambodia practices genocide against its own people it will not send an ambassador to the said country.


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