Buckley Jr., Wm. F.
April 1976
National Review;4/16/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 13, p415
The article presents correspondences between legislator Edward Koch and members of the U.S. Committee for Justice to Latin-American Political Prisoners. The letters urged Koch to intercede with the U.S. State Department to get a visa for Hugo Blanco, a Peruvian with suspected terrorist activities. The committee is being acknowledged as a Committee for Immunity for any Latin-American Leftist. Members of the committee included Dr. Benjamin Spock, Henry Kissinger and Stephen McCloskey.


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