May 1979
National Review;5/11/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 19, p594
The article presents news concerning politics in the United States. Speculations are abound that the 1980 Democratic Convention will be held in Dallas, Texas. Legislator Tip O'Neill has expressed his opinion about the presence of British troops in Ulster. President Jimmy Carter's speechwriter, Rich Hertzberg, has been credited with creating phrases that can help improve Carter's public image.


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