Dual-Control Vehicle

Rosenblatt, Roger
January 1978
New Republic;1/28/78, Vol. 178 Issue 4, p2
Focuses on the role of President Jimmy Carter and the Congress in American politics. Need for a cooperation between the president and the Congress and avoid dominating each other; Signs of upstaging Carter in the 95th Congress; Carter's problem of not having a dedicated and enthusiastic national following which is an almost indispensable condition for controlling Congress; Inability of Carter to create a constituency; Criticism on some political decision made by Carter.


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