The right ear

December 1997
Human Events;12/19/97, Vol. 53 Issue 48, p23
Presents news on politics in the United States. Comment from Professor Ole Holsti of Harvard University on the composition of the military; Report from the National Defense Panel; Idea of renaming National Airport outside Washington D.C. after President Ronald Reagan; Admission from Tawana Brawley on being raped by a group of white male enforcement officials in 1987.


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