February 1980
National Review;2/8/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p132
The article presents an update on the political developments in the U.S. First, the article provides an overview of the results of state primaries to determine the presidential nominee from the Democratic Party. It also presents information on likely future strategy of the candidates. The article further provides comments by Harry S. Dent, former counsel of Ex-U.S. President Richard Nixon, on the strategy of Republican Presidential Nominees John Sears and Ronald Reagan in Iowa. The article appreciates U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Donald McHenry to present the 1979 Human Rights Award to Soviet Dissident Yuri Orlov.


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