The Bear is Out

October 1980
National Review;10/17/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 21, p1243
The article criticizes the government of U.S. President Jimmy Carter for its failure to investigate and prosecute Soviet espionage. This negligence is made amid its prosecution, instead, of former U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation officials Mark Felt and Edward Miller for an operation to capture members of the Weather Underground. Both Felt and Miller asserts that members of the Weather Underground are in contacts with a foreign power.


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