Graves, Blair; Vree, Dale; Sivell, Aiteen; Fairitk, Patty; Swan, George S.; Clark, James W.; Maynard, John I.; Baker, Henry; Embree, Kevin
October 1982
National Review;10/15/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 20, p1248
Several letters to the editor in response to articles in previous issues including "The Browning of California," in the October 1, 1982 issue, "Say Again?," in the August 20, 1982 issue, "The Castroization of Grenada," in the September 17, 1982 issue, "A Star Is Born," in the September 17, 1982 issue, "Taxes and GNP," in the September 17, 1982 issue, and "Registering and Voting," in the September 17, 1982 issue are presented.


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