Going Courting in Washington

Charen, Mona
December 1982
National Review;12/10/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 24, p1554
The article presents information related to the Washington Legal Foundation (WLF) in the U.S. The WLF has gone to battle against the Labor Department's arbitrary hiring quotas and the SEC intrusion into confidential business affairs. The WLF has undertaken Death Penalty Project. The WLF launched the Crime Victim's Impact Statement which was a questionnaire completed by the victim detailing his injuries, medical and other expenses, lost work time, and residual psychological difficulties.


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