August 1980
National Review;8/22/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 17, p997
The section presents news briefs concerning global issues as of August 1980. U.S. President Jimmy Carter criticized the Republicans for not developing a good energy policy. The Claremont Economics Institute in California issued two contingent projections on the U.S. economy until 1984. General Motors and Ford incurred millions of business losses for the second quarter of 1980.


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