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Jimmy Carter: Man From Plains

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Jimmy Carter, a champion for human rights around the world, was elected the 39th President of the United States in 1976 and awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002. As ex-president, Jimmy Carter ignites a firestorm of controversy when he tours the country to promote "Palestine: peace not apartheid," a new book that questions Israel's policies towards the Occupied Territories.
DVD
2008; 2007
Clemons (Stacks)
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Jimmy Carter: Part 1 Jimmy Who? [electronic resource]

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Examines the life and political career of President Jimmy Carter. Part 1 covers his life to his election to the presidency. Part 2 covers the subsequent years, including his presidency, the Iran hostage crisis, post-presidential years, and winning the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002.
Online
2005; 2002
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Jimmy Carter: Part 2 Hostage [electronic resource]

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Examines the life and political career of President Jimmy Carter. Part 1 covers his life to his election to the presidency. Part 2 covers the subsequent years, including his presidency, the Iran hostage crisis, post-presidential years, and winning the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002.
Online
2005; 2002
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Jimmy Carter

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Examines the failings of Carter's political leadership in the context of the turbulent 1970's ; and explores the role religion played in his career.
VHS
2002
Ivy (By Request)
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Productivity [electronic resource]: Can We Get More for Less?

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Explains the factors that affect productivity growth. Explores the causes of the decline of productivity in the 1970s and investigates the economic policies of Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan.
Online
1985
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American Experience: The Presidents

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Chronciles the lives and accomplishments of presidents Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, FDR, Truman, JFK, Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, and Bill Clinton.
DVD
2012; 1990
Clemons (Stacks)
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Jimmy Carter, From the WPA Film Library Speeches Collection [electronic resource]

This collection of significant speeches given by Jimmy Carter focuses primarily on his term as president and the challenges faced by his administration.
Online
1995
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Jimmy Carter's Journey Beyond the White House [electronic resource]

New revelations on Jimmy Carter's post-presidential years are presented in this A&E Special program. Host Steve Gillon examines Carter from his attempts at global peace-making to his unusual friendship with Yasser Arafat, and his contentious relationships with President Bill Clinton. Also included is commentary from author and historian, Doug Brinkley, on his book, "The Unfinished Presidency: Jimmy Carter's Journey Beyond The White House".
Online
1998
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Long Shadows [electronic resource]: The Legacy of the American Civil War

Ruined cities, scorched countryside, over 600,000 deaths - these were the Civil War's direct results. But its long-term effects were no less cataclysmic and are still at work in American society. From North to South, from civil rights to foreign policy, from individual to collective memory, this classic program by award-winning filmmaker Ross Spears explores the cultural, political, and economic echoes of the War Between the States. Reflections come from a wide range of distinguished guests, including former President Jimmy Carter, poet and novelist Robert Penn Warren, scholars Robert Coles and John Hope Franklin, and author Studs Terkel. Civil rights activists, West Point graduates, Vietnam War veterans, battlefield tour guides, relic collectors, and blues musicians also add comment [...]
Online
1994
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Carter Inaugural Address [electronic resource]

Excerpts from Jimmy Carter's presidential inaugural address on January 20, 1977.
Online
1977
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Les Hommes de la Maison Blanche: Conversations Avec les Hommes du Président

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"Bay of Pigs to the Gulf War, to Vietnam, Iran-Contra or the Berlin Wall fell, the secret history of American diplomacy through the testimony of "the President's Men." They are secretaries of state, directors of the CIA or the NSC, or personal advisers Chiefs of Staff, all speak freely and without waffling on foreign policy of the United States for over fifty years." -- Amazon.
DVD
2009; 2000
Clemons (Stacks)
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Jimmy Carter [electronic resource]: 01/20/80

We still have 5.8% unemployment; inflation has risen from 4.8% to 13%. We still don't have a viable energy policy. Russian troops are in Cuba and Afghanistan. The dollar is falling, gold is rising, and the hostages after 78 days are still in Tehran. Just what have you done, sir, asks panelist David Broder, "to deserve renomination?" In this episode of Meet the Press, Jimmy Carter makes his case for a second term in the White House. The President also talks about the ongoing Iran hostage crisis and the Olympic boycott against the Soviet Union. Introduced by Tim Russert.
Online
2008; 2007
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In Conversation With the Presidents' Men [electronic resource]

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Alexander Haig: Served under 6 U.S. Presidents: military attachée to Gen. McArthur during the Korean War; Chief of Staff under Richard Nixon, Commander of Chief of Nato for 6 years; Personal advisor to Lyndon B Johnson and Gerald Ford, Secretary of Stte under Ronald Reagan (83 to 85). Based on the 3-part documentary Secrets Of State, this behind-the-scene series uncovers the secret history of American diplomacy - from the Bay of Pigs to Vietnam or the Gulf War - through talks with the most influential men behind the presidents. Whether they occupied the posts of Secretary of Sate, Director of the NSC or the CIA, this is an account in their own words of their actions, their points of view. A fascinating insight into US foreign policy. -- Arthur Schlesinger: Personal advisor to John F [...]
Online
2000
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We the People: The President and the Constitution

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Series of interviews record the observations of Presidents Nixon, Ford, Carter, and Reagan about the office of the Presidency and its place in the constitutional framework of American government.
VHS
1991
Ivy (By Request)
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Great Speeches Video Series Volume 7 Jimmy Carter: Malaise Speech

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This video is of Jimmy Carter's speech on the energy crisis.
Online
1979
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Modern U.S. History Unit Three 1969-1981: From Cold War to Hostage Crisis

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Examines the Nixon, Ford and Carter years, as the U.S. withdraws from Vietnam and reopens relations with China. America is shaken by the Watergate scandal, the rise of OPEC and the collapse of detente. Carter takes significant steps toward peace in the Middle East with the Camp David Agreement but confronts a prolonged hostage crisis in Iran.
Online
1986
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Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford Debate (9/23/1976) [electronic resource]

President Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter engage in the first of their series of Presidential debates in 1976 at the Walnut Street Theater in Philadelphia, the first Presidential debates since Kennedy-Nixon. This debate on domestic policy focuses on the challenges of combatting both inflation and unemployment. There is little direct clash over Watergate, but at the thematic level there is much discussion of restoring trust in government and confidence in America. This film includes ABC news coverage during a 28-minute delay due to a breakdown in audio at the Walnut Street Theater.
Online
2015; 1976