October 1977
National Review;10/28/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 42, p1213
The article reports on recent political developments in the U.S. Three Republican U.S. Senators including Jacob Javits, Clifford Case, and Edward Brooke have voted against the deregulation of natural gas law. According to William Winpisinger, president of the International Association of Machinists, organized labor needs a new image with a public that now puts it just behind former U.S. President Richard Nixon and just in front of a used-car salesman in all the polls. U.S. President Jimmy Carter has lost popularity among people in the U.S.


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