October 2015
Washingtonian Magazine;Oct2015, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p104
The author looks at the history of Washington, District of Columbia under the periods of then U.S. Presidents Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter. Topics discussed include the city was affected by assassination attempts against Ford and a bombing at the U.S. State Department building, the decline of the master class in the U.S. capital, and allowing the deposed Iranian Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi into the U.S. during the tenure of Carter.


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