Innocent Abroad

Osborne, John
May 1977
New Republic;5/21/77, Vol. 176 Issue 21, p13
Presents an account of Jimmy Carter's first venture abroad, to London, England to participate in the summit meeting, as the President of the United States. Report that Carter ordered substantial cuts in the White House and departmental staffs accompanying him and two cabinet members, Secretary of State Cyrus Vance and Secretary of the Treasury Michael Blumenthal, to London; Views of Carter on the trip; Comparison of the London summit to the previous conferences in Rambouillet, France and Puerto Rico; Report that British Premier James Callaghan and Carter agreed beforehand that human rights would be on the summit agenda.


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