Toughening Up

Osborne, John
June 1979
New Republic;6/23/79, Vol. 180 Issue 25, p10
Comments on the contest for the Democratic nomination between United States President Jimmy Carter and Senator Teddy Kennedy. Impression conveyed at the White House that Carter is already off and running for nomination and reelection; Kennedy's tendency to verge close to demagoguery in the speeches that create an impression of a leadership that Carter does not provide; Statement issued by Kennedy that he may run for nomination and election if Carter doesn't.


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