October 1979
National Review;10/12/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 41, p1270
The article presents news concerning world politics. A survey of U. S. Republican county chairmen showed that 56 percent of the respondents think that Ronald Reagan will be nominated as the presidential candidate of the party. Several Southeast Asian countries have refused Soviet requests to have two Red Navy vessels make goodwill visits in their ports. Thirty thousand more Ethiopians have fled their country as refugees.


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