Carter, Jimmy, 1924-
President Jimmy Carter addresses U.N. General Assembly here March 17 condemning "torture" and "deprivation of freedom" around the world and said no nation "can claim that mistreatment of its citizens is solely its own business." Carter stressed his human rights credo despite Soviet expressions of displeasure. Carter's U.N. appearance capped two days of meet-the-people visits to Massachusetts and West Virginia.
Black and White Photograph, 8" x 10"
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