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The Carter presidency : lessons for the 21st century.

Author: Michael F AdamsMadeleine Korbel AlbrightMichael R BeschlossHoward H Baker, Jr.Nancy Kassebaum BakerAll authors
Publisher: Athens, GA : University of Georgia, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
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"A January 2007 conference at the University of Georgia examines how lessons learned from the Carter administration apply to current national issues. The ... conference proceedings and events feature the former president, leading scholars, journalists, Carter administration officials, and national figures."--Ugaresearch magazine website.
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Genre/Form: Conference proceedings
History
Congresses
Named Person: Jimmy Carter; Jimmy Carter; Jimmy Carter
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Michael F Adams; Madeleine Korbel Albright; Michael R Beschloss; Howard H Baker, Jr.; Nancy Kassebaum Baker; Stephen G Breyer; Zbigniew Brzezinski; Rosalynn Carter; Stuart Eizenstat; Betty Glad; E Stanly Godbold; Jay E Hakes; Erwin C Hargrove; Karen Marie Hult; Kay R Jamison; Burton Ira Kaufman; Martha Joynt Kumar; Thomas P Lauth; John Anthony Maltese; Christopher Matthews; Donald F McHenry; Jon Meacham; Richard Moe; Walter F Mondale; Frank Moore; Robert A Pastor; Jody Powell; Gerald Rafshoon; Leo P Ribuffo; Robert Edward Rubin; Steven S Sharfstein; Stansfield Turner; Charles Eliot Walcott; Brian Williams; Judy Woodruff; James T Wooten; University of Georgia.; Carl Vinson Institute of Government.
OCLC Number: 214322198
Notes: Sponsored by Cox Enterprises and the Coca-Cola Company.
Conference was hosted by the University of Georgia, School of Public and International Affairs and the Carl Vinson Institute of Government.
Credits: Conference director, John Anthony Maltese ; Video produced by University of Georgia Broadcast/Video/Photography.
Performer(s): Featured participants: Michael F. Adams, president of the University of Georgia; Madeleine Albright, former U.S. Secretary of State; Sarah Bellamy, international affairs major at the University of Georgia; Michael Beschloss, presidential historian; Howard Baker, former U.S. senator; Nancy Kassebaum Baker, former U.S. senator; Stephen Breyer, associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court; Zbigniew Brzezinski, former national security advisor; Kathy Cade, former director of Projects for the First Lady; Jimmy Carter, 39th president of the United States; Rosalynn Carter, former first lady of the United States; Ben Cobb, economics and international affairs major at the University of Georgia; George Edwards, distinguished professor of political science at Texas A & M University; Stuart Eizenstat, former chief domestic affairs advisor; Betty Glad, Olin D. Johnston professor of political science at University of South Carolina; E. Stanly Godbold, Jr., professor emeritus of history at Mississippi State University; Jay Hakes, director of the Jimmy Carter Library and Museum; Jane Hansen, reporter from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution; John Hardman, executive director of the Carter Center; Erwin C. Hargrove, professor emeritus of political science at Vanderbilt University; Hubert Harris, former director of OMB-Congressional Relations; Peter D. Hart, Peter D. Hart Research Associates pollster; David G. Hawkins, director of the Natural Resources Defense Council Climate Center; John Head, journalist; Karen Hult, professor of political science at Virginia Tech; Kay Jamison, professor of psychiatry at Johns Hopkins University; Tom Johnson, former chairman and CEO of CNN; Burton I. Kaufman, professor emeritus of history at Miami University of Ohio; Martha Joynt Kumar, professor of political science at Towson University; Thomas P. Lauth, dean of the School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Georgia; John Anthony Maltese, conference director and professor of political science at the University of Georgia; Chris Matthews, anchor for MSNBC's Hardball with Chris Matthews; Donald McHenry, former United Nations ambassador; John Meacham, Newsweek editor; Richard Moe, former chief of staff to the vice president; Walter F. Mondale, former vice president of the United States; Frank Moore, former congressional liaison director; Yannick Morgan, international affairs and French major at University of Georgia; Balaji Narain, economics and finance major at University of Georgia; Robert A. Pastor, former director of Latin American Affairs on the National Security Council; Jody Powell, former White House press secretary; Gerald Rafshoon, former White House communications director; Leo Ribuffo, professor of history at George Washington University; Robert Rubin, former U.S. Treasury secretary; Deep Shah, international affairs and biology major at University of Georgia; Steven S. Sharfstein, president and CEO of Sheppard Pratt Health System; Helen Smith, international affairs major at University of Georgia; Stansfield Turner, former director of the CIA; Charles E. Walcott, professor of political science at Virginia Tech; Brian Williams, NBC Nightly News anchor and managing editor; Judy Woodruff, PBS senior correspondent; Jim Wooten, ABC News correspondent.
Description: 8 videodiscs (988 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 pamphlet.
Details: DVD.
Contents: disc 1. Welcome and first plenary roundtable parts 1 and 2 (1 hr. 51 min.) --
disc 2. Second plenary roundtable (1 hr. 17 min.) and student panel (1 hr. 2 min.) --
disc 3. Third plenary roundtable (1 hr. 9 min.) and reception honoring Walter and Joan Mondale (20.5 min.) --
disc 4. Opening remarks and panel session one (1 hr. 39 min.) --
disc 5. Panel session two (1 hr. 7 min.) and panel session three (56 min.) --
disc 6. Luncheon honoring Rosalynn Carter (37 min.) and panel session four (1 hr. 26 min.) --
disc 7. Town hall meeting (1 hr. 22 min.) and anniversary dinner honoring Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter (1 hr. 13 min.) --
disc 8. Opening and panel session five (1 hr. 6 min.) and panel session six (1 hr. 22 min.).
Other Titles: Carter presidency : lessons for the 21st century : a conference commemorating the 30th anniversary of the inauguration of President Jimmy Carter, January 19 - 21, 2007
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"A January 2007 conference at the University of Georgia examines how lessons learned from the Carter administration apply to current national issues. The ... conference proceedings and events feature the former president, leading scholars, journalists, Carter administration officials, and national figures."--Ugaresearch magazine website.

Proceedings and events, January 19, 2007: Welcome; first plenary roundtable part 1, "The Carter Reforms of the Vice Presidency," and part 2, "Reassessing the Carter Presidency: Seeking Lessons for the 21st Century" ; second plenary roundtable, "The Institutional Presidency: White House Organization and Interactions with Congress, Interest Groups and the Media," and a student panel, "Lessons Learned: Policy Advice for the 21st Century" ; third plenary roundtable, "First Lady Rosalynn Carter and Mental Health Policy: Fighting the Stigma of Mental Illness and Championing Reform," and a reception honoring Walter and Joan Mondale.

Proceedings and events, January 20, 2007: Opening remarks; panel session one, "Domestic Policy I: Energy, Conservation and the Environment "; panel session two, "Foreign Policy I: Diplomatic Initiatives of the Carter Administration beyond the Middle East," "Domestic Policy II: The Economy, Budget Issues, Deregulation and the Role of the Federal Government"; luncheon honoring Rosalynn Carter and panel session four, "Foreign Policy II: The Middle East, Defense and Intelligence"; town hall meeting and anniversary dinner honoring Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter.

Proceedings and events, January 21, 2007: Opening; panel session five, "The Press and the Presidency," and panel session six, "Summing Up: The Carter Legacy and Post-Presidency."

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