Nation: Thoughts from Camp David

As he talked to his summit guests, the President repeatedly described his deep feelings and grave concerns. A sampler:

I've thought a lot about our country in this last week, and for a number of months I've been particularly concerned about the attitude of people. When I ran for President, I tapped the basic problems of our nation: the shocking assassination of J.F.K. and the ignominious defeat that we suffered in Viet Nam. A realization for the first time that our nation has limited natural resources [came] in 1973-74 with the oil embargo. In...

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