Realpolitik in Georgia

Bode, Ken
March 1977
New Republic;3/5/77, Vol. 176 Issue 10, p19
The article reports that United States President Jimmy Carter appointed three members of the United States House of Representative to his cabinet to test their skills as executives relative to United States' post-election voter sentiment. It focuses on the ideal about why white men should be more successful as a political leader.


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