White House Watch: Number 41

Osborne, John
December 1978
New Republic;12/23/78-12/30/78, Vol. 179 Issue 26/27, p9
Focuses on the 41st press conference presided by U.S. President Jimmy Carter. Carter's failure in keeping his preelection promise of two press conferences per month; Higher number of television audiences for his afternoon and evening conferences; Minimum preparation by Carter for press conferences compared to other presidents; Carter's view on the U.S. interest in Iran's political condition; Economic policies of Carter.


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