March 1979
National Review;3/30/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 13, p397
The section presents news briefs concerning world politics as of March 1979. U.S. Senators Henry Jackson and George McGovern claimed that they will not vote for the Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty II. Trade negotiator Robert Strauss plans to become a part of the campaign committee of U.S. President Jimmy Carter in the fall of 1979. The Chinese government permitted the airing of television and radio commercials after being banned since the Cultural Revolution.


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