Duck Eggs

May 1977
New Republic;5/7/77, Vol. 176 Issue 19, p42
Presents updates on socio-political issues in the United States. Focus on the decision of the U.S. government, under President Jimmy Carter, not to oppose congressional attempts to reveal the total amount the federal government spends on intelligence each year; Views of President Carter on the U.S. policy toward the Middle East; Issues related to the U.S. government's phantom regulations of the sale of cabbages; Report that journalist Walter Cronkite picked up United Press International Inc.'s dispatch related to phantom regulations and used it on the CBS Evening News, a television program.


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