Carter Presidency (PB) by Hugh Davis Graham - PDF and EPUB eBook

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In this book, more than a dozen eminent scholars provide a balanced overview of key elements of Carter's presidency,...

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Details of Carter Presidency (PB)

Exact title of the book
Carter Presidency (PB)
Book author
Hugh Davis Graham
Book edition
Paperback
Number of pages
320 pages
Published
July 15th 1998 by University Press of Kansas
File size (in PDF)
1280 kB
Carter Presidency (PB)

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In this book, more than a dozen eminent scholars provide a balanced overview of key elements of Carter's presidency, examining the significance of his administration within the context of evolving American policy choices after World War II. They seek not only to understand the troubled Carter presidency but also to identify the changes that precipitated and accompanied the demise of the New Deal order. Grounded on research conducted at the Carter Library, The Carter Presidency is an incisive reassessment of an isolated Democratic administration from the vantage point of twenty years.

It is a milestone in the historical appraisal of that administration, inviting us to take a new look at Jimmy Carter and see what his presidency represented for a dramatically changing America.