December 1982
National Review;12/24/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 25, p1588
The article features the decision of the House of Representatives to cut the funding for the production of the MX missile. The House has voted 245 to 176 to cut funds for the production of the MX missile and is expected to approve $1 billion for continued development. The President, characterized the vote as "sleepwalking into the future." The approval of the MX missile is expected in the Senate, whereupon the issue will go to the Senate-House conference.


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