Summit or the Pits?

August 1978
National Review;8/4/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 31, p938
The article discusses problems associated with the economic policies of the United States under the administration of President Jimmy Carter. It emphasizes an aggressive development of energy resources, and a conflict between the commitment to achieve trade balance and its hesitation to aid its less developed rivals. It tells of problems related to the move towards a larger and stronger European monetary union.


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