March 1981
National Review;3/6/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p227
The article presents updates on global political and social issues as of March 6, 1981. France decided to cut its energy dependence on oil to below 50 percent. Environmental problems had besieged Japan in the midst of its success in the industrial sector. A Roman couple named Antonia and Silvio became victims of a psychological block which resulted to the lack of enjoyment in their physical relations. They were advised to marry but after the marriage nothing changed so they decided to divorce.


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