December 1976
National Review;12/10/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 47, p1324
The article focuses on developments on world politics as of December 10, 1976. U.S. Senator Ernest Hollings (D-S.C.) reveals that U.S. Senator Robert Byrd will not get the Majority Leadership job due to insufficient support. U.S. Representative Edward Koch (D-N.Y.) appeals to U.S. President Jimmy Carter to grant amnesty to all deserters of the Vietnam War. Chiang Ching was accused of involvement in a plot with Lin Piao to shoot down Chou En-lai's airplane when he returned from a visit to Vietnam in 1971.


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