Carter administration


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the executive under President Carter

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"The Carter administration initiated and developed these programs, the Reagan administration paid for their acquisition in many cases, and the George H.W.
He effectively demonstrates that many of the Reagan-era programs used to defeat the Soviet buildup of the late 1970s and early 1980s (e.g., intermediate range nuclear missiles, cruise missiles, stealth) were started and nurtured under the supposedly soft Carter administration. This is not to say it was easy or uniformly successful (cancellation of the B-1 is one high profile example), but the fact remains that when Reagan took office, many of the tools he needed were already in development or in place.
Seoul [South Korea], Nov 25 ( ANI ): Almost two decades after the end of the Korean War, USA's Jimmy Carter administration had pushed for secret tripartite talks in Jakarta in 1979, declassified documents highlighted.
A full understanding of the limited power of feminist appointments in the Carter administration requires some historical background.
In 1986 Rogoff married another Carter Administration alum, David Rubenstein, who the following year co-founded the Washington, D.C., private equity firm The Carlyle Group.
However, the Mail notes that the girls are still fairly young; Sasha is the youngest child to live in the White House since the Jimmy Carter administration.
Even an alert memorandum to the president, in which ex-CIA director Stansfield Turner concluded the Soviets might be more inclined to gamble on a substantial intervention in Afghanistan, did not produce a top-level discussion in the Carter administration until mid-December.
House of Representatives' Ways and Means Subcommittee on Health during the Carter Administration.
The bulk of the book--its eight middle chapters--is devoted to the boycott effort itself and the few successes and many setbacks for the Carter administration. The final three chapters recount the 1980 Moscow and 1984 Los Angeles Olympics and offer conclusions.
" She cited an executive reorganization of government agencies under the Carter administration that gave DOL jurisdiction over IRAs.
On the other hand, a few members of the Carter administration, such as Undersecretary of State Warren Christopher, receive praise for their actions.
Seeking a formula that would enable the United States to abandon the regime there and recognize Beijing without suffering severe political damage at home and abroad, the Carter administration experienced frequent frustrations.
Juanita Castro represented one segment of the spectrum of Cuban exiles that attempted to influence the Carter administration's policy toward Cuba.
ambassador to Malta during the Carter Administration. In 1979, as the U.S.