Thunder on the Right?

April 1982
National Review;4/30/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 8, p469
The article discusses the end of the right-wing regimes around the world. The behavior of the right-wing dictatorship was not fair. The U.S. was not happy with the behavior of this right-wing dictatorship, especially in context of the Falkland Islands invasion. The ideologies like Fascism and National Socialism, which favored the right-wing aggression, has been completely destroyed. The right-wing dictatorships had mismanaged their own regimes. Sometimes, they would invade each other, like China's brief war with Vietnam.


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