April 1977
Foreign Affairs;Apr1977, Vol. 55 Issue 3, p452
Correction notice
Several corrections are presented to previous articles including "Mothers and Daughters (Or Greeks and Romans)," by Alastair Buchan in the July 1976 issue, "The Soviet Union, China and the West in Southern Africa," by Colin Legum in the July 1976 issue, and "Israel: The Case for Defensible Borders," by Yigal Allon in the October 1976 issue.


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