October 1981
National Review;10/30/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 21, p1245
The section presents news briefs concerning world politics as of October 1981. U.S. President Ronald Reagan has won a number of foreign policy challenges. Former U.S. governors George Wallace and Mike Dukakis plans to recapture the state houses in Alabama and Massachusetts. Since June 1981, more people have been executed in Iran according to Amnesty International.


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