Buckley Jr., W.M.F.
September 1979
National Review;9/14/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 37, p1174
The article focuses on the effort of U.S. President Jimmy Carter to woo the vote of American-Italians. The author in this article comments on a Carter's speech in Baltimore, Maryland, during his campaign. Carter said that he trust the political judgment of the people of Italy and that he doesn't have any fear about the future of democracy in Italy. He addressed American-Italians in English, which shows his dedication to the proposition of a common language.


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