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January 1980
National Review;1/4/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p11
The article reports international political developments as of January 1980. The presidential campaign of Senator Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.) is not performing as expected by the Democrats. U.S. Democrats are getting worried that George Bush may become the Republican presidential nominee. The Soviet Union has increased food prices and hotel rates in time for the Olympics. Erich Honecker, General Secretary of the Socialist Unity Party of East Germany, went to Ethiopia to lay the cornerstone for the first monument of Karl Marx in Africa in December 1979.


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