The President Concerto

February 1978
National Review;2/17/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p198
Criticizes a press conference given by U.S. President Jimmy Carter in 1978. Economic program for 1978; Detailed passage-work on the subject of the Soviet satellite; Promotion of the 1977 Agricultural Act; Contrapuntal structure of the question-and-answer period.


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