White House Watch: Corrections

Osborne, John
August 1979
New Republic;8/25/79, Vol. 181 Issue 8, p8
Comments on United States President Jimmy Carter's acceptance of the resignation of his ambassador to the United Nations, Andrew Young following the announcement of Hamilton Jordan, chief of the White House staff of changes in the staff's personnel and structure. Correction of past flaws of perception and practice at the Carter White House; Mistake of granting complete autonomy and independence to Young; Compensation of Carter for his previous show of leadership.


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