September 1978
National Review;9/29/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 39, p1184
This article focuses on political and economic developments in the world, with emphasis on political conditions in the U.S. It discusses administration of criminal justice in the Soviet Union. It is reported that the Kemp-Roth bill introduced to reduce federal taxes by 30 per cent has become formal Republican Party policy in the U.S. Though it was defeated in the U.S. Congress in the year 1978, it has over 150 sponsors and promises to resurface next session. It is stated that the European Economic Community, under the pressure of its farmers, sets a high parity price for many farm products and buys up what cannot be sold at this price in the market.


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