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|Named Person:||Jimmy Carter; Jimmy Carter; Jimmy Carter|
|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.
|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.|
|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|
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."
- Carter, Jimmy, -- 1924- -- Influence -- Congresses.
- Carter, Jimmy, -- 1924- -- Relations with journalists -- Congresses.
- United States. -- Office of the Vice President -- Congresses.
- Press and politics -- United States -- History -- 20th century -- Congresses.
- United States -- Politics and government -- 1977-1981 -- Congresses.
- United States -- Foreign relations -- 1977-1981 -- Congresses.
- United States -- Economic policy -- 1977-1981 -- Congresses.
- Carter, Jimmy, -- 1924-
- United States. -- Office of the Vice President.
- Diplomatic relations.
- Economic policy.
- Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)
- Politics and government
- Press and politics.
- Relations with journalists.
- United States.