Notes & Asides

Beacom, Alfred; Matis, Stanley M.; Duffy, Clyde
May 1975
National Review;5/9/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 17, p497
Letter to the Editor
Several letters to the editor on various topics including correction to the article "Terrorism in Germany," published in one of the previous issues, U.S. politics and presidential candidates are presented.


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