The Public Interest

From Candidate to President

Suzanne Weaver

Winter 1978

THE 1976 Presidential campaign has already generated its fair share of quick history books, and at the present time there is special reason for turning our attention to these volumes: Perhaps an account of the Carter campaign may furnish some clues to explain the unnervingly false start that President Carter made during his first year in office.

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