Trying to Please Everybody

February 1977
National Review Bulletin;2/11/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 5, pB9
The article comments on U.S. President Jimmy Carter's administrative performance. Though Carter promised to fulfill a campaign pledge to work for the betterment of those who were affected by the Vietnam War, but he succeeded only in antagonizing everyone concerned. Carter set a new pattern while selecting his Cabinet and filling other high-level administrative posts. Carter spent years preparing for the Presidency and especially for his opening strategies. His opening strategies were not judged well.


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