Carter in November

Bode, Ken
May 1978
New Republic;5/20/78, Vol. 178 Issue 20, p16
Analyzes the results of the midterm U.S. House elections and their impact on the performance of President Jimmy Carter . Magazine's election year prediction; Tendency in American politics that the President's party loses seats in the off-year elections; Decline in Carter's poll popularity despite his Senate victory on the Panama Canal treaties; Factors that influence congressional elections; Election performance of Democratic candidates.


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