The New Jimmy Carter

Murphy, Reg
February 1976
New Republic;2/14/76, Vol. 174 Issue 7, p14
Reports that Jimmy Carter, the one-term governor of Georgia, is running for U.S. President and doing surprisingly well playing what is for him a new part: that is, the charming Populist reformer with an impeccable reputation. Willingness of Carter to reorganize the federal government to save millions of dollars; Denial by Carter that he ever agreed to nominate Governor George Wallace for President at the Democratic Convention in Miami Beach.


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