TITLE

White House Watch: Teddy Who?

AUTHOR(S)
Osborne, John
PUB. DATE
May 1979
SOURCE
New Republic;5/19/79, Vol. 180 Issue 20, p8
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Comments on the advice given to United States President Jimmy Carter on how he could win nomination and reelection. Advice given to Carter by his White House staff chief Hamilton Jordan to ignore Senator Edward M. Kennedy and all the speculation about what he's up to; Estimates of Carter's 1980 prospects by the White House, the Democratic National Committee and campaign committee officials; Kennedy's support for Carter and the Carter administration policies; Declaration of Kennedy's opposition to decontrol of domestically produced crude oil prices.
ACCESSION #
11069329

 

Related Articles

  • Kennedy the Candidate. Bode, Ken // New Republic;9/23/78, Vol. 179 Issue 13, p6 

    Reports on the possibility that Edward Kennedy might oppose President Jimmy Carter for the Democratic Party nomination for the presidential elections. Lead of Kennedy against Carter in all areas of the country as shown by national polls; Emergence of Kennedy as one of the administration's most...

  • View From The Carter Bunker An exclusive look at the winner's operatives in action. Ajemian, Robert // Time;8/25/1980, Vol. 116 Issue 8, p19 

    The article discusses the political happening in the U.S. after Jimmy Carter won the elections for the post of President. It states that the President's men, Robert Strauss and Hamilton Jordan, knew how tough Carter's competitor, Edward Moore Kennedy was. It mentions that they got on the phones...

  • No Good News Yet.  // New Republic;11/10/79, Vol. 181 Issue 19, p5 

    Comments on the chances that President Jimmy Carter will win the upcoming presidential election in the U.S. for his second term. Discussion of the edge of presidential candidates Edward Kennedy and Jerry Brown over Carter; Differences on political issues between Carter and Kennedy; Views on...

  • The Anderson Factor.  // New Republic;3/15/80, Vol. 182 Issue 11, p11 

    Focuses on the prospects and campaigns of presidential candidates in the U.S. Achievements of Republican presidential candidate John Anderson in Vermont and Massachusetts; Effort of other Republican contenders to downgrade Anderson's achievement; Prospects of presidential candidate Edward...

  • FOR THE RECORD.  // National Review;11/23/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 47, p1470 

    The article reports on developments relevant to politics and government in the United States. Key issues discussed include the losses suffered by the Republicans in the gubernatorial races in Kentucky and Mississippi and key findings from a poll indicating Democratic Party chairmen's preference...

  • Out To Stop Kennedy Now the battle is in the open, and Teddy's troubles will grow.  // Time;10/1/1979, Vol. 114 Issue 14, p20 

    The article offers information on the political campaigns of U.S. President Jimmy Carter and Senator Edward Kennedy for the 1980 election. It mentions that Carter wants to hold off the political rally and desires to be in his presidential role before he would go to the political arena. It says...

  • Premature Poll In Florida, a battle of buses and ballots a yard wide.  // Time;10/22/1979, Vol. 114 Issue 17, p41 

    The article reports on a public opinion poll concerning the presidential preference for the Democratic Party in the 1980 U.S. elections which was conducted in several counties of Florida. It mentions that the candidates are U.S. President Jimmy Carter and Senator Edward Kennedy. It highlights...

  • Party Politics. Savage, David C. // Education Digest;Jan1980, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p64 

    The article reports that the nation's two giant teachers unions will be on opposite sides in the upcoming Democratic party presidential race. In October 1979, the National Education Association (NEA) threw its weight behind U.S. President Jimmy Carter. He has sharply raised federal education...

  • THOSE HONEYMOON BLUES.  // National Review Bulletin;6/3/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 21, pB76 

    The article focuses on the political conflict between U.S. President Jimmy Carter and liberal Democrats. Senator George McGovern attacked Carter with demand for welfare reform, full employment, and a national medical program. Senator Teddy Kennedy complained against Carter's failure to launch a...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics