The Attack on Moynihan

Buckley Jr., W.M. F.
June 1975
National Review;6/20/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 23, p684
The article discusses various issues concerning United States politics and government as of June 20, 1975. The designation of Daniel Patrick Moynihan to succeed John Scali as Ambassador to the United Nations has aroused opposition from a curious quarter. U.S. Defense Secretary Clark Clifford has asked school children to pray for U.S. Congress during a moment of silence in school.


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