YEAR-END REVIEW: Jimmy Meets the World

Burnham, James
February 1978
National Review;2/3/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p149
The article reflects on the performance in foreign affairs of U. S. President Jimmy Carter in his first year in office. The foreign policy seeks to avoid military destruction and keep the world open to economic intercourse. Carter's human rights campaign has thrown Soviet and other Communist government on the psycho-moral defensive. The author claims that Carter did not have many accomplishments and many people have been criticizing his performance in foreign affairs.


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