What in the World to Do?

March 1979
New Republic;3/3/79, Vol. 180 Issue 9, p5
Describes poor foreign public opinion of the United States under President Jimmy Carter. Other countries' disregard for America's power and participation; France's formation of a European-African-Arab summit that cut America out; Carter's difficulties in holding his own administration together; Reputation for ineptitude which will cause his defeat in the next elections; Public statement in response to evidence that the Soviet Union is preparing to meddle in Iran's internal affairs; Failure of presidential supporters and enemies to provide answers for the disrespect America is being shown in the world.


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