May 1980
National Review;5/2/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p510
The article presents updates on world politics as of May 1980. In the U.S., the Evangelical Free Church had denounced the position of presidential candidate John Anderson on homosexuality and abortion. Meanwhile, treasury bill rates have dropped three percentage points. Prices of long-term bonds have also been rising. In Managua, Nicaragua, the ground was disputed. The whole physical force and deadly animosity of the state were concentrated in the capital. In Liberia, soldiers dumped the bodies of former President William Tolbert and 27 others killed in a coup.


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