Work to Do

September 1976
New Republic;9/25/76, Vol. 175 Issue 13, p4
Presents information about the political conditions in the U.S. and characteristics required for president to be elected in the country. Goal of the President and the U.S. Congress to work together for social and political reforms; Views that the voters in the country need to defeat U.S. President Gerald R. Ford's government in the election; Failure of political adaptation to technical change in the country; Speculation whether presidential candidate Jimmy Carter will get an opportunity to change things; Views that the election between Carter and Ford has been a contest of philosophies of government; Analysis about working of governments under different previous presidents.


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