October 1982
National Review;10/1/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 19, p1189
This article focuses on various political and economic developments in different countries. "Radio Marti" is the name of the AM transmitter that will tell the Cuban people what Cuban President Fidel Castro does not want them to know about the state of the Cuban economy and Cuban dependence upon Russia. All the people who wanted taxes raised to reduce the budget deficit in the U.S. are protesting against the constitutional amendment to balance the budget. The Soviet Union had promised earlier to halt deployment of their new SS-20 intermediate-range ballistic missiles. U.S. reconnaissance satellites have relayed photographs of three new SS-20 missile launchers. Each of the missiles is equipped with three individually targeted warheads.


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