June 1981
National Review;6/12/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p645
The article comments on issues and topics related to socio-economics as of June 12, 1981. A decline in the profits of oil companies from the first quarter of 1980 was reported. John Anderson has filed a National Unity Committee with the U.S. Federal Election Commission while at the same time is preparing for a presidential campaign. Educators have lost their faith in the validity of college entrance examination following a decline in test scores. Different promotional efforts are being used by states in the U.S. to support the arts with an arts lottery instituted by Massachusetts as an example.


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