Crusader's End

May 1977
National Review;5/27/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 20, p594
The article reports on the success of U.S. President Jimmy Carter's visit to Great Britain. Carter has established an agreement between the United States and other nations to fight higher tariffs and to work in keeping strong countries strong and to lend a hand to other needy countries. The president has also made an address to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.


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