Righteous Recklessness

April 1977
New Republic;4/9/77, Vol. 176 Issue 15, p2
Discusses the human rights crusade of U.S. President Jimmy Carter. Comparison of the administration of Carter and former U.S. President Gerald Ford; Information on the water projects of Carter and his congressmen; Challenges facing the administration of Carter; Assertion that the President is willing to push through social reforms, with Congressional majority capable of enacting them.


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