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Former Carter Speechwriter Reflects On How Presidents Used To Speak Overseas

President Trump's speech in Poland this week brought back memories for James Fallows. The current national correspondent for The Atlantic was a twenty-something speechwriter for President Jimmy Carter. And the tone of Carter's speech to Poland in 1977 was a lot different from Trump's.

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