Sweet Nothings

Fairlie, Henry
June 1977
New Republic;6/11/77, Vol. 176 Issue 24, p17
Focuses on the campaign of U.S. President Jimmy Carter in view of forthcoming presidential elections. Role of pollster Patrick Caddell in the campaign of Carter; Description of the advice of Caddell to the president on how to stay popular; Information about an opinion poll Cambridge Survey Research regarding the popularity of Carter; Information about the Democratic National Committee employed by Caddell; Comment that Carter will not just be a candidate in 1980, he will be a candidate who has been President.


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