If I Were King

Varnado, S. L.
April 1979
National Review;4/27/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 17, p558
The article offers information on the dream of the author acting out the duties of President Jimmy Carter. The dream entails the creation of an intelligence report presenting military infiltration from various countries. It also mentioned the problem on petroleum supply. Overall, the presence of humor is present in the dream.


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