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Thailand- Taming the Universities

Thailand- Taming the Universities

hands of the 'democratic machine' at; Chicago in 1968, had no reason not to be a spoiler. When one peels the layer after layer of pietistic rhetoric about returning the government to the people, restoring confidence in the White House, bringing compassion to bear upon political affairs, one finds that apart from Carter's driving desire to win the election, there is nothing that one can hold on to. With Vietnam, Cambodia, Watergate and the CIA's villainies abroad and at home hanging (though not entirely justly) as millstones round the Republican administration's neck, it was not difficult to convince the American people that what was needed was a wholesale replacement. But what is yet not quite clear is the: character . political direction of the new iter of the house.

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