September 1984
New Yorker;9/17/84, Vol. 60 Issue 24, p39
Comments on several issues affecting New Yorkers. Invitation of an individual from U.S. Senator Jake Garn to join the Peace Through Strength U.S. Congressional Advisory Board; Quality of life in Cape Cod; Opening of a new McDonald's restaurant in Times Square.


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