Meanwhile, on the Carter Chase

May 1976
Time;5/24/1976, Vol. 107 Issue 22, p17
The article offers information on the Democratic congressional dinner at the Washington Hilton and Towers in Washington, D.C. It states that 1,800 senators, representatives, and party supporters have ignored presidential campaign dropouts Lloyd Bentsen and Henry Jackson. It notes that most of the party officers are fixing their mind set on presidential candidate Jimmy Carter. Furthermore, Carter suggests on the establishment of centralized, multinational enrichment facilities to give the fuel for all nations's nuclear reactor.


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