April 1982
National Review;4/16/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 7, p396
The article offers news briefs regarding politics in the U.S. President Ronald Reagan's administration has been receiving criticisms because of the charges it made against Soviet Union, saying that Soviets have been using chemical and biological weapons in Afghanistan and Southeast Asia. Editors of the Ivy League student newspapers support the call to end the U.S. military aid to El Salvador.


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