The First Cattle Show

Novak, Robert D.
March 1983
National Review;3/4/1983, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p258
The article refutes the position of Democratic presidential nominees U.S. Senator Allan Cranston (D-Calif.), former Vice President Walter F. Mondale and U.S. Senator Gary Hart (D-Colo.) regarding the threat of nuclear armaments of the Soviet Union. While there are issues raised by these presidential hopefuls, none is more perplexing than their utter disregard of the threat. All of them wants to debilitate U.S. security shield by sweet-talking the apparatchik in Moscow.


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