In Media Res

Varnado, S. L.
June 1982
National Review;6/25/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 12, p766
The article presents information on the television program "TV Evening News." The program focuses on a story that deals with the mounting crisis in the Priam Administration over the large Wooden Horse that was found in the morning on a lonely strip of beach near the camp of the Greek freedom fighters. A team of U.N. observers has confiscated the horse under international law, but the Priam Administration has filed a protest with the Security Council, claiming that the horse is full of Greek soldiers and munitions which are to be smuggled into Troy.


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