With the grim reaper hovering ever more closely, one does not like to admit it was almost a quartercentury ago when Pierre and his rose first appeared on the scene. When the Liberals, who ruled forever, gathered to select a new leader in 1968, party delegates were presented with a remarkably strong cast of candidates, with not a dud in the carload.By Allan Fotheringham4 min
As the invasion of Panama proves, American expansionism is alive and well (“The Panama war,” World, Jan. 1). The invasion constitutes a violation of international law and it had nothing to do with bringing Manuel Noriega to justice for his money laundering and illegal drug connections.
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