Talking Tough Versus Acting Tough

May 1978
New Republic;5/27/78, Vol. 178 Issue 21, p5
Discusses U.S. President Jimmy Carter's plan to counter the Soviet Union-Cuban influence in Africa. Carter's claim that the Soviet's continuous intrusion into Africa is an obstacle to trust on the part of the American people; Carter's call on leaders of developing and non-aligned countries to intercede with the Soviet and Cuba; Strengthening of the Organization of African Unity; Carter's reiteration of his basic faith that Africa would realize how moral the U.S. is.


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