August 1979
National Review;8/31/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 35, p1068
The article reports on the political developments in the United States. Secretary-Treasurer Lane Kirkland announced that the AFL-CIO decided to keep hands off from the endorsement of Democratic and Republican candidates. Evans & Novak reported on Soviet task force that was steaming toward Cienfuegos in Cuba and warned that if the administration would not react, it may lose Senate votes on SALT.


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