Blubber Lips

August 1978
New Republic;8/26/78-9/2/78, Vol. 179 Issue 9/10, p3
Focuses on U.S. President Jimmy Carter's belief that there differences in opinions and clashes of dominant personalities and some members of the U.S. Congress. View of Agriculture Secretary Bob Bergland that Carter would fight Congress; House of Republicans' passage of a Republican tax bill; Other legislation passed by the House such as the reduction of public service jobs provided by the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act; Comments of Bergland on Democratic congressmen who disagree with Carter reforms on taxes and welfare; Carter's statement that he would not criticize any member of Congress who was instrumental in passing the public works bill which has excessive spending.


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