Unobstructed View

May 1978
New Republic;5/20/78, Vol. 178 Issue 20, p2
Discusses policies of the United States government on various political issues. Republican Senators' vote against the Panama Canal treaties; Republican Senators' criticism against President Jimmy Carter's foreign policy; Possible defeat of the strategic arms limitation treaty in the U.S. Congress; Efforts of press secretary Jody Powell to re-package Carter; Senator Lowell Weicker's speech criticizing national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski.


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