April 1977
National Review;4/29/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 16, p476
The article focuses on the changes in government and politics in the U. S. President Jimmy Carter is initiating a program that will extend amnesty to men who obtained service-related legal problems during the Vietnam War. The government of President Jimmy Carter has rejected the creation of fast-breeder nuclear generator. The President also proposed an agency to be called Agency for Consumer Advocacy.


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