February 1981
National Review;2/6/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p72
The article presents news on U.S. politics and government and international affairs as of February 6, 1981. A bacteria was developed by scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology that can produce ethanol out of wood or waste organic matter. The administration of President Ronald Reagan decided to keep Washington attorney Max Kampelman as representative for the Helsinki Accord review process. A cruise-missile-firing submarine was launched by the Soviet Union.


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