March 1983
National Review;3/4/1983, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p223
The article presents information on world politics as of March 4, 1983. U.S. Senate Majority Leader Howard Baker cites bipartisan support for social security legislation and jobs bill. Television broadcasters led by Bill Moyers criticize political-action committees. The synod of the Anglican Church rejected a motion calling on the government of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher to discard its nuclear weapons.


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