Is He Serious?

December 1978
New Republic;12/2/78, Vol. 179 Issue 23, p2
Focuses on the political career of U.S. President Jimmy Carter, with emphasis on his decision with regard to economic planning. Details of his talk to Future Farmers of America at Kansas City on November 9, 1978; Efforts of Carter to persuade the nation to make drastic sacrifices and change its lifestyle in order to get the economy in order; Contradictions in his various decisions.


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