Going For Jimmy

Osborne, John
June 1979
New Republic;6/9/79, Vol. 180 Issue 23, p10
Comments on issues pertaining to politics and government in the United States. Author's refusal to write off United States President Jimmy Carter and his chances of nomination and reelection; Flaws in Carter' presidency, according to "Newsweek" and the "Washington Post" commentator Meg Greenfield; House of Representatives' defeat of Carter's standby gas rationing bill; Remarks of a White House assistant regarding the American presidents; Problems and slights that afflict the Carter presidency.


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