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US Presidents - #39 - Jimmy Carter - Summary

US Presidents - #39 - Jimmy Carter - Summary
US Presidents - #39 - Jimmy Carter - Summary
US Presidents - #39 - Jimmy Carter - Summary
US Presidents - #39 - Jimmy Carter - Summary
US Presidents - #39 - Jimmy Carter - Summary
US Presidents - #39 - Jimmy Carter - Summary
US Presidents - #39 - Jimmy Carter - Summary
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As the 39th president of the United States, Jimmy Carter struggled to respond to formidable challenges, including a major energy crisis as well as high inflation and unemployment. In foreign affairs, he reopened U.S. relations with China and made attempted to broker peace in the historic Arab-Israeli conflict, but was damaged late in his term by a hostage crisis in Iran.

Carter’s diagnosis of the nation’s “crisis of confidence” did little to boost his sagging popularity, and in 1980 he was soundly defeated in the general election by Ronald Reagan.

In November 1979, a mob of Iranian students stormed the U.S. embassy in Tehran and took its diplomatic staff hostage as a protest against the arrival in the United States of the deposed Iranian shah, Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, in order to receive medical treatment. The students had the support of Iran’s revolutionary government, led by Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. Carter stood firm in the tense standoff that followed, but his failure to free the hostages led his government to be perceived as inept and inefficient; this perception increased after the failure of a secret U.S. military mission in April 1980.

After leaving office, Carter built a distinguished career as a diplomat, humanitarian and author, pursuing conflict resolution in countries around the globe. With his wife Rosalynn, Carter established the nonprofit, Carter Presidential Center in Atlanta in 1982. In the decades that followed, he continued his diplomatic activities in many conflict-ridden countries around the globe.

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Background Summaries
Military & Marriage
Early Political Career
National Recognition
Candidate Carter
Election of 1976
Washington “Outsider”
Bert Lance Affair
Foreign Policy
A “Crisis of Confidence”
Hostage Crises
Election of 1980
Global Diplomat
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