October 1981
National Review;10/16/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 20, p1177
The article comments on issues and events related to U.S. politics and government and international relations. It points out to the number of pages in the Federal Register as a way to question government spending. It highlights the move of the Solidarity trade union in Poland to expand abroad after uniting the workers of Poland. It details what the U.S. did with the Soviet weapons sold by Egyptian President Anwar Sadat. The explains that the views expressed by Herman Kahn of the Hudson Institute about anti-ballistic missile systems is worth noting as debate on the issue starts.


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