January 1978
National Review;1/6/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p12
This article presents news briefs related various socio-political issues in several countries. Bella Abzug, in a single year was defeated in her attempts to become U.S. senator from New York State and mayor of New York City. According to several public opinion polls conducted in the U.S. President Jimmy Carter is growing increasingly less popular in the Southern states. The American Conservative Union's Education and Research Institute has started a new program that may help to bring some ideological balance to the corps of U.S. journalists. The idea is to train college students in reporting fundamentals, but within the context of traditional values. German researchers have claimed that one can keep drinking and stay relatively sober if fructose and vitamin C is added in the drinks.


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