The Nation: Memories of Ice Mountain

No answers from Korea's host with the most

After nearly ten months of closed-door sessions and intensive staff work (not to mention occasional leaks to the press), the House Ethics Committee last week held the first public airing of its investigation of South Korea's attempts to curry favor in the U.S. by bribing Congressmen and other officials. Not surprisingly, the three days of hearings further depressed relations between the U.S. and South Korea, which were already at an all-time low. Committee Special Counsel Leon Jaworski expressed the mood on Capitol Hill in his opening...

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