American Experience; Jimmy Carter
Part 1, UPDATED 4/14/04, NO CAPTIONS OR DVS
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- American Experience
- Jimmy Carter
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Premiered October 1988 As television's longest-running, most-watched history series, American Experience brings to life the incredible characters and epic stories that helped form this nation. Now in its eighteenth season, the series has produced over 180 programs and garnered every major broadcast award. Series release date: 10/1988
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Jimmy Carter's story is one of the greatest dramas in American politics. Twenty years ago, he was overwhelmingly voted out of office in a humiliating defeat. Today, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Jimmy Carter is one of the most admired statesmen and humanitarians in America and the world. Episode 1: “Jimmy who?” Former Naval officer, peanut farmer, born-again Christian and one-term governor of Georgia, Jimmy Carter miraculously captures the White House in 1976. He finds governing in Washington even more difficult than getting there. Episode 2: Hostage Carter secures his place in history by brokering the first Middle East peace treaty. But he is caught in a maelstrom: an energy crisis, runaway inflation, hostages in Iran. Following his defeat by Ronald Reagan, Carter transforms himself from failed president to revered peacemaker and humanitarian.
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- Chicago: “American Experience; Jimmy Carter,” 04/14/2004, WGBH Media Library & Archives, accessed March 27, 2017, http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_CDCE96BCE6FD45D6BFB188A1DC69A25D.
- MLA: “American Experience; Jimmy Carter.” 04/14/2004. WGBH Media Library & Archives. Web. March 27, 2017. <http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_CDCE96BCE6FD45D6BFB188A1DC69A25D>.
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