For the Record

September 1980
National Review;9/5/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 18, p1057
The article presents updates on world politics as of September 1980. In the U.S., President Jimmy Carter is campaigning in response to the candidacy of Ronald Reagan. During an opinion poll Carter and Reagan are running neck to neck, 39 for Reagan and 38 for Carter. The Republican Party does well when people asked which party can best handle the most important problem facing the country--high cost of living. Meanwhile, Thailand is bracing for another attack from Vietnamese troops. Vietnam stationed up to 100,000 troops in Western Cambodia, close to Thai border.


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