On November 11, 1978, President Jimmy Carter vetoed HR 9937, which prohibited US trade negotiators from reducing textile tariffs. This typically terrible decision by the Carter administration on issues of.
Carter's 1979 remarks on the occasion of outfitting the White House with solar panels. https://www.youtube.com/embed/VgZc2emYJs8 Think Jimmy might have spent a bit too much time around the solar panels given.
Jimmy Carter, Anwar El-Sadat, and Menachem Begin, at the signing of the Camp David Accords, 1979, back in the days when Democratic presidents tried to bring peace to the Middle.
Jimmy Carter meeting with business leaders asking for help to lower inflation, 1979. This is from the last time American policymakers decided to destroy working class gains in the employment.
Rick Perlstein reviews a hagiographic biography of Jimmy Carter. He reminds us of just what an absolutely horrible president Carter actually was. An excerpt: Yet there was one time during.
Jimmy Carter is a good man, but he was a pretty bad president. Don't let nostalgia or his amazing post-presidency get in the way of his poor performance all around..
Sure, this Washington Post article on Jimmy Carter's unpretentious lifestyle is a bit of a puff piece, but who really cares. I actually find several points interesting here, as Carter.
It's time to remember two true things about Jimmy Carter. First, he was a bad president who undermined his own administration through his obsession with inflation, his governance well to.