By Sid Jacobson, Richard H. Goldwater, Victor Gorelick, Nelson Ribiero
Archie's Double Digest #142 - may possibly 2003
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Kennedy was Carter’s main rival within the Democratic Party. Thus, Carter’s gamble and the American people’s wager. In an era during which too many national politicians, to say it most gently, seemed to have discarded a simple virtue like honesty, Carter 27 Chapter One appeared as a man of heroic character. Presidential skills like foreign policy experience, knowledge of Congress, and familiarity with the major players in the American economy that had seemed de rigeur since the days of Franklin Roosevelt were not what Americans were demanding in 1976.
We cannot afford to do everything, nor can we afford to lack boldness as we meet the future. ” These honest but not particularly inspiring words set the tone for the Carter presidency. They were a far cry from John Kennedy’s limitless New Frontier or Lyndon Johnson’s passionate Great Society. America had entered a new era and it took an unusual kind of American to feel good about it. In his ﬁrst major policy address, April 18, 1977, the president honed in on the particular sacriﬁces he had in mind.
On June 10, 1970, they tortured him to death. ” Sa’idi’s body was buried in the holy city of Qom. 1 36 Shah, Khomeini, and the “Great Satan” IN THE 1970s, for Iranians across the political spectrum, the United States ﬁgured as a kind of deus ex machina in the drama of their national life; it was an outside force that intervened as it wished, often without regard for the desires or even well-being of the Iranian people. S. intelligence operations that darkened the political imagination of the Iranian people.
Archie's Double Digest 142 (May 2003) by Sid Jacobson, Richard H. Goldwater, Victor Gorelick, Nelson Ribiero