Wipe Away Those Tears

April 1977
New Republic;4/16/77, Vol. 176 Issue 16, p5
Comments on the rejection of the strategic arms proposal of U.S. President Jimmy Carter to the Soviet Union. Criticisms against the intentions of the Carter proposal; Comparison between the Carter proposal and the Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty proposal of U.S. President Gerald Rudolph Ford and U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger; Concerns over the possible outcome of the Carter proposal.


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