September 1979
National Review Bulletin;9/7/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 36, pB129
The article presents international political news briefs as of September 1979. The Democratic committee supporting the presidential nomination of Senator Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.) managed to get a federal ruling, that allows it to raise and spend unlimited funds for their unofficial candidate. A public opinion poll in Mexico City revealed that Mexicans have a poorer opinion of their government than Americans. Intelligence reports revealed that the Soviet Union will conduct a missile test program after the new Strategic Arms Limitations Treaty II treaty is ratified.


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