March 1978
National Review;3/31/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 13, p380
The article comments on key issues pertaining to politics and foreign relations compiled as of March 1978. The Senate announced its refusal to ratify the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks because of Soviet-Cuban incursions in Africa. The Veterans of Foreign Wars has awarded its gold medal of the year to former Central Intelligence Agency director Richard Helms. Governor Dixy Lee Ray of Washington made negative comments about the anti-nuclear energy stances of Jerry Brown and Jimmy Carter.


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