A Plus for Carter

Osborne, John
February 1977
New Republic;2/19/77, Vol. 176 Issue 8, p14
Focuses on the role and responsibilities of U.S. President James E. Carter. Characteristics of an effective president; Overview of a press conference concerning national defense; Plan of Carter to reduce military displays for visiting heads of state and other dignitaries; Comment on Carter's proposal to postpone negotiations of the difficult questions raised by the Soviets' Backfire bomber.


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