Clinton moves Halperin nomination forward

August 1993
Human Events;8/21/93, Vol. 53 Issue 34, p1
Reports on the controversy surrounding the appointment of Morton Halperin as the assistant secretary of defense for democratization and peacekeeping. Charges on Halperin's activities as a Civil Liberties Union official; Compilation of Halperin's writings attesting to his communist leanings; Halperin's relationship with pro-Communist Philip Agee.


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