Off the Sleeve

Stern, Richard
December 1978
National Review;12/22/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 51, p1597
The article presents an account of the author's experiences prior to and during his meeting with U.S. President Jimmy Carter. The author recalls the difficulty he faced in contacting officials of the White House. The author also recalls his conversation with Senator George McGovern in which McGovern told the author about the nature of Carter.


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