Rosalynn on the Road

June 1977
New Republic;6/18/77, Vol. 176 Issue 25, p13
Presents information journalists and political leaders traveling with U.S. Rosalynn Carter, wife of U.S. President Jimmy Carter in Latin America on June 1977. Latin American reactions to the Carter administration's commitment to human rights and to social and economic development; Perceptions on the conflict between Guatemala and Great Britain over Belize; Political developments resulting from the trip; Information on people accompanying Carter in the trip; Report on Carter along with other two leaders spending more than seven hours with Jamaican Prime Minister Michael Manley discussing fiscal policies, social reform, relations with Cuba and human rights; Information on Carter asking about the negotiations for a new Panama Canal treaty; Discussion of goals of Rosalynn Carter's mission to impress on all the countries she visited the sincerity of the Carter administration's commitment to human rights and to social and economic progress.


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