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World: Middle East: At Last, a Way Out?

IT was just after dawn in California when the word flashed halfway round the world to the Western White House in San Clemente that Israel had accepted the U.S...

Nation: THE NEGOTIATOR AND THE CONFRONTER

HIS Administration is pledged to lead the U.S. from "an era of confrontation to an era of negotiation." However, few doubt that Richard Nixon will seek the...

Southeast Asia: Apprehensive Allies

Since the U.S. completed its withdrawal from Cambodia in late June, the fighting in Indochina has fallen off drastically. The U.S. death toll for the week...

Show Business: A Need for Reform

Somewhere in the 15,000-word catalogue of deception, corruption and negligence, hopeful TV viewers might find a promise of better programs for the future. But...

CIVIL RIGHTS: Within the Framework

Working from fragmentary records, the U.S. Civil Rights Commission ruefully estimated last September that in the South only one Negro out of every four of...

THE LAW: Battling the Backlog

In British courts, lawsuits, civil and criminal, come to trial within six months. In the U.S., which professes as much respect as Britain for the principle that...

People, Sep. 18, 1972

Perhaps an ex-prisoner is just the person to deal with prisoners. That seemed to be the idea when former Teamsters Union President James R. Hoffa, paroled from...

ARMAMENTS: The U.S. Goes to Market

Without any congressional debate or much public discussion, the U.S. is enlarging its role as a major international supplier of weapons. Even more intriguing:...

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