Carter's Best Speech

June 1978
New Republic;6/17/78, Vol. 178 Issue 24, p3
Focuses on the speech of U.S. President Jimmy Carter delivered at Annapolis, Maryland. Appeal of the president to let the Russians think about what they are doing and cooperate; Statement that the Soviet Union can choose either confrontation or cooperation; Emphasis that beside the conspicuous nuclear arms race a second great contest is going on around the world between the Soviet Union and the U.S.


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