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Background Peanut Farmer Georgia State Senator Governor of GeorgiaChristian
1976 Blocs- Southerner Pro-Black Christian Heavy and Early Traveling
Domestic Successes DOE ED Minorities Environment
Domestic troubles Oil Embargo Yom Kippur War Inconsistent PolicyStagflation Unemployment-7.5% Inflation 6-13% Interest- 20% Volcker and the Fed
Foreign Successes Panama Camp David Anwar Sadat Salt II AfganistanGrain Embargo Olympic Boycot Financial Aid Withholding Communism
Iranian Crisis The Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi Ayatollah KhomeiniRescue Argo Helicopter crash Plane Crash
1980 Reagan Anderson Kennedy
Overall Personality Presidential Work Today
*HIGHLIGHT NIXONS FOREIGN POLICY -CHINA -USSR -CHINA VISIT 2/ – VN IS OVER -KISSINGER REALPOLITIK -73 YOM KIPPUR WAR -SALT I 5/72 -DETENTE 32.
The Modern Era Daily Agenda 1. Word of the Day 2. Ford 3. Carter.
Historisches Seminar der Universität Heidelberg Historisches Seminar der Universität Heidelberg Historisches Seminar der Universität Heidelberg Historisches.
Ford and Carter Administrations
Oil Embargo Dependency on foreign oil – OPEC – Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries OPEC did what to oil prices in the 1960s? Yom Kippur War –
Chapter 21 Section 3 The Economic Crisis of the 1970s.
Carter’s Presidency 31-3 The Main Idea Jimmy Carter used his reputation for honesty to win the presidency in 1976, but he soon met challenges that required.
1970’s. Gerald Ford Dealt with Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) Israel went to war with Syria and Egypt – U.S. backed Israel – OPEC.
James Earl Carter Democrat Carter’s background… Peanut farmer (Agri-business) A Christian US Naval Academy graduate 1970 Gov. of GA 1976 elected U.S. President.
Chapter 30. Ford pardons Nixon Economic Problems Gas Prices “WIN”
Maria corr, Carolyn Kirshe, Katie O'Connor, vibha rao
Essential Question What were the important events of the Carter presidency?
Today’s Standard SSUSH25
“The Ford and Carter Years” 1974 to I.) Tough Road Ahead A.President Ford faces: 1. Rough Economy a. high inflation b. high unemployment c. energy.
Carter’s Foreign Policy. Improving Human Rights Panama Canal Treaty Recognizing China Solving the Middle East Issues Improving Soviet Relations.
Ford had declared it was time for communication, conciliation, compromise, and cooperation. September 8--Ford Pardoned Nixon for all offenses
CHAPTER 30 Crisis of Confidence, Web.
Class will be divided into two groups. Each person will have a number. When you are called, if you get a question right, you get one point. You.
Return to Normalcy – Again. Vice President Spiro T. Agnew resigned after being charged with cheating on his taxes and taking payments in return for political.
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