President Carter: The White House Years

  • May 7, 2018

In what is heralded as the definitive history of Jimmy Carter’s presidency by a key policy advisor, Eizenstat’s book provides an insider perspective on the successes and failures of the Carter Administration. In this conversation, we will explore Carter’s role in the negotiations between Israel and Egypt, the Iranian hostage crisis, the turning over of the Panama Canal, the role of human rights in US foreign policy, and a range of other issues. Stuart Eizenstat has served as US Ambassador to the EU and Deputy Secretary at the Treasury and the State departments.

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