A Republican Challenge

April 1980
National Review;4/4/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 7, p391
The article comments on U.S. President Jimmy Carter and his administration. It is opined that the Carter Administration entered with an array of prospective undertakings. These had been determined upon uncritically, for they were deemed good without regard for the limiting aspects of the circumstances within which foreign policy must operate. The Administration gives every sign of being not merely in recurrent difficulties but indeed in perpetual quandary. Former President Gerald R. Ford's recent imputation to President Carter of improvement in his performance as a result of on-the-job training was generous to a fault.


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