White House Watch

Osborne, John
October 1978
New Republic;10/21/78, Vol. 179 Issue 17, p8
Provides some insights into the relations of U.S. President Jimmy Carter with reporters and journalists. Public opinion on Carter and his wife Rosalynn citing how they interact with journalists; Emphasis on how Carter try to control news that portray their image to the American public; Views of the White House on issues pertaining to the alleged rudeness of Press Secretary Jody Powell to reporters; Indications of politics and journalism.


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