December 1981
National Review;12/11/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 24, p1456
The article presents news related to U.S. politics and government and international affairs as of December 11, 1981. Liberal economist Alice Rivlin rejected criticisms that the budget proposed by the administration of President Ronald Reagan is inflationary. Abortion advocates reacted strongly to his claim that unborn child can feel pain. Thousands of martyrs killed by Communists have been canonized by the Russian Orthodox Church.


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