October 1977
National Review;10/14/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 40, p1150
The article presents information on developments political news items in the U.S. The U.S. nuclear industry is facing deep trouble despite the substantial U.S. House vote for authorizing funds for the Clinch River, Tennessee breeder reactor. California is going to elect a new governor in 1978, and the most concerning issue is to stop the influx of illegal aliens into the state. The list of Illinois Republicans include two people who bear the name James Richard Thompson and this has caused a little confusion. U.S. Attorney for New Jersey Jonathan L. Goldstein has charged U.S. President Jimmy Carter and Attorney General Griffin Bell that the two have attempted to mislead the public.


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