White house Watch: Pressing Congress

Osborne, John
March 1975
New Republic;3/15/75, Vol. 172 Issue 11, p9
Focuses on the performance of U.S. President Gerald Ford following his appointment. Opinion of some legislators and correspondents about Ford's policies and performance; Ford's views on entering vice presidency and subsequently presidency by appointment and without a national constituency; Economic and energy programs launched by Ford; Initiatives made by Ford to win the support of Democrats.


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