August 1980
National Review;8/8/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 16, p937
The article presents news briefs related to world politics as of August 1980. The reason behind the decision of U.S. President Ronald Reagan to choose George Bush as his running mate is stated. An analysis of the political leadership of Japan's Prime Minister is given. Details of the celebration of the first anniversary of the Sandinista junta's rule in Nicaragua are provided.


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