June 1979
National Review;6/22/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 25, p774
The article presents an update on U.S. politics and government and international affairs as of June 22, 1979. A stringent budget has been sent by President Jimmy Carter to the Congress for fiscal year 1980. According to a U.S. Supreme Court ruling, individuals can sue private schools that practice sex discrimination. The Three Mile Island nuclear accident confirmed speculations that the Soviet Union had a political interest in creating energy shortages in the U.S. Justice Thurgood Marshall criticized his Supreme Court colleagues on their insensitivity to the plight of indigent prisoners.


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