White House Watch

Osborne, John
January 1978
New Republic;1/21/78, Vol. 178 Issue 3, p6
Discusses the political significance of U.S. President Jimmy Carter's trip abroad. Argument pertaining to the state of affairs at the top of the Carter White House; Visit of Carter to India and speech delivered at Ram Lila; Reason for Carter to visit India, as part of his official tour; Assessment of political impact of the Carter trip; Description about the foreign policy of Carter; Attendance of a press conference by Carter in Paris and in Versailles; Coverage of Carter's official trip by media.


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