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Osborne, John
October 1977
New Republic;10/22/77, Vol. 177 Issue 17, p8
Comments on the White House briefing for the press after a meeting between U.S. President James Earl Carter and Edvard Kardelj, co-president of Yugoslavia. Opinion on the decision to allow Jerry Schecter, the associate press secretary assigned to the National Security Council, to handle the briefing; Official explanations given by Zbigniew Brzezinski, assistant for national security affairs, for two aspects of Carter foreign policy and performance; Issue of U.S. relations with South Africa.


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