President Carter: The White House Years

Almost 40 years in the making, a chief White House domestic policy advisor presents an intimate firsthand account of an often unappreciated — yet accomplished and consequential — one-term president. With details pulled from notes of every meeting, conversation, and interview he attended, Eizenstat gives us a front row seat to the Carter White House, brought to life with personal profiles of the men and women who made history during the turbulence of the 1970s. David Rubenstein, President Carter's deputy domestic policy adviser, guides this candid conversation about America’s political past.

Festival: 2018

Watch and Listen: U.S.A.

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