JIMMY CARTER (1977-1981)

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VICE PRESIDENT AND FIRST LADY:

Walter Mondale
Walter F. Mondale
Rossalyn Carter
Rosalynn Carter

OVERVIEW:

White House
Carter Library
Miller Center
Georgia Encyclopedia
History Channel
PBS
Wikipedia

RESOURCES:

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Carter Presidential Library and Museum
Carter Center
Digital Library (Carter Library)
Presidential Daily Diary (Carter Library)
Public Papers (American Presidency Project)
Public Papers (National Archives)
Oral Histories (Carter Library)
Speech Archive (Miller Center)
Transition Interviews (National Archives)
Smithsonian Collection
American Experience: PBS (Video, Transcript)
American Presidents: C-SPAN (Video)

1976 ELECTION:

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1977 INAUGURATION:

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Inaugural Address (Transcript, Video, Ceremonies)
Artices, 1/21/1977 (WP, NYT, NYT, NYT)
Library of Congress
Joint Congressional Committee

1980 ELECTION:

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CABINET/ APPOINTMENTS:


Chief of Staff:
Jack H. Watson, Jr. (1980-1981)
Hamilton Jordan (1979-1980)

Press Secretary:
Jody Powell (1977–1981)

Secretary of Agriculture:
Robert S. Bergland (1977–1981)

Director of Central Intelligence:
Stansfield Turner (1977–1981)

Secretary of Commerce:
Philip M. Klutznick (1979–1981)
Juanita M. Kreps (1977–1979)

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff:
David C. Jones (1978-1982)
George S. Brown (1974-1978)

Secretary of Defense:
Harold Brown (1977–1981)

Secretary of Education:
Shirley M. Hufstedler (1980–1981)

Secretary of Energy:
Charles Duncan, Jr. (1979–1981)
James R. Schlesinger (1977–1979)

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator:
Douglas M. Costle (1977–1981)

Secretary of Health, Education, & Welfare:
Patricia R. Harris (1979–1980)
Joseph A. Califano, Jr. (1977–1979)

Secretary of Health and Human Services:
Patricia R. Harris (1980–1981)

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development:
Moon Landrieu (1979–1981)
Patricia R. Harris (1977–1979)

Secretary of the Interior:
Cecil D. Andrus (1977–1981)

Attorney General:
Benjamin R. Civiletti (1979–1981)
Griffin B. Bell (1977–1979)

Secretary of Labor:
F. Ray Marshall (1977–1981)

National Security Adviser:
Zbigniew K. Brzezinski (1977–1981)

Office of Management and Budget Director:
James T. McIntyre, Jr. (1977–1981)

Bert Lance (1977)

Secretary of State:
Edmund S. Muskie (1980–1981)
Cyrus R. Vance (1977–1980)

Secretary of Transportation:
Neil E. Goldschmidt (1979–1981)
Brock Adams (1977–1979)

Secretary of the Treasury:
G. William Miller (1979–1981)
W. Michael Blumenthal (1977–1979)

United Nations Ambassador:
Donald F. McHenry (1979-1981)
Andrew J. Young (1977-1979)

U.S. Trade Representative:
Reubin Askew (1979-1980)
Robert Strauss (1977-1979)

Chairman of the Federal Reserve:
Arthur F. Burns (1970-1978)
G. William Miller (1978-1979)

Paul A. Volcker (1979-1987)

CONGRESS:

Robert Byrd6.23.16dSpeaker of the House:
Thomas P. “Tip” O’Neill, Jr.  (1977-1987)

Senate Majority Leader:
Robert C. Byrd (1977-1981)

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ARTICLES:

Jimmy Carter Energy Address

The Passionless Presidency (Atlantic, 5/1979)
Carter’s Race Against Time (NYT, 9/2/1979)

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