Carter's Conservatism

March 1977
National Review;3/18/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 10, p314
The article comments on the image of conservatism communicated to the public by U.S. President Jimmy Carter. It talks about the increasing portion of the tax dollar absorbed by federal programs and agencies and by the regulations and guidelines handed down by the U.S. departments. Carter's conservatism, from the perspective of the federal bureaucracy, is discussed.


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