Carter Talk

Osborne, John
September 1976
New Republic;9/25/76, Vol. 175 Issue 13, p15
Presents opinions of some family members and friends of U.S. presidential candidate Jimmy Carter. Views expressed by Billy Carter, brother of Jimmy Carter; Childhood experience of his siblings with Carter; Views Gloria Spann, sister of Carter, that Carter understands what he wants; Influence of Carter's mother on the family; Experience of Carter family during their hard days described by Alton Carter, brother of Jimmy Carter; Praise for business knowledge of Jimmy Carter; Information about religious aspects of Jimmy Carter's life explained by his brother Hugh Carter.


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