Muravchik, Joshua
July 1994
New Republic;7/11/94, Vol. 211 Issue 2, p10
Presents a satirical portrayal of former U.S. President Jimmy Carter's activities and views on foreign affairs. Visit of Carter to North Korea to stave off conflict between North Korean leader Kim Il Sung and U.S. President Bill Clinton; Description of Carter's meeting with foreign dictators during his presidency; Impression of Carter on North Korean leader Kim Il Sung and his country and people.


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