The Week

May 1976
National Review;5/28/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 19, p538
The article comments on various issues and events related to politics and government in the U.S. for the week ending May 26, 1976. It presents a solution to the issue of Panama Canal ownership. It relates John Connally's announcement of the formation of the Citizens for Mediterranean Freedom in Washington. Possibility of a surprise Soviet attack in northern Europe is discussed.


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