|Series||Serial - Senate, Committee on Energy and Natural Resources ; no. 95-33|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 180 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||180|
President Carter’s Energy, Economic, and Foreign Policy – Book Talk with Stuart Eizenstat. Share. Add to Calendar: for a discussion of his book, President Carter: The White House Years, which has received positive reviews from major publications including The New York Times, The Washington Post, National Review, National Interest, and. - 27 J ECONOMIC IMPACT OF CARTER'S ENERGY PROGRAM Background As the Carter Energy,Package nears the end of its considera tion in the House, concern is growing over its potential cost. Jimmy Carter is much more highly regarded today than when he lost his bid for reelection in He has produced an exemplary post-presidency, and today there is an increased appreciation for the enormity of the task he took on in , if not for the measures he . James Earl Carter, Jr. was the 39 th president, serving from to Upon entering office, he had to fight the stagflation under the Nixon one-term presidency ended under the shadow of the Iran hostage crisis.
(Archived document, may contain errors) 3 Ap CA R TER 'S ENER G Y PR OGRA-M President Carter has proposed a comprehensive program to deal with the energy cris is. . As the president struggled with the politics of energy, a coal strike erupted. Lasting days in the winter of –, it added to Carter's difficulties. Coal had taken on renewed importance because of the nation's energy problems, and it figured prominently in Carter's solutions. On assuming office in , President Carter inherited an economy that was slowly emerging from a recession. He had severely criticized former President Ford for his failures to control inflation and relieve unemployment, but after four years of the Carter presidency, both inflation and unemployment were considerably worse than at the time of. Carter ended by asking for input from average citizens to help him devise an energy agenda for the s. Carter, a liberal president, was heading into a .
Congress declined to adopt much of Carter’s programme (though it did embrace such lemons as expanding the Strategic Petroleum Reserve and creating the Synthetic Fuels Corporation).Instead, federal lawmakers chose to (somewhat) deregulate energy, giving more freedom to market incentives to direct private energy exploration, production, and conservation. Examining Carter's 'Malaise Speech,' 30 Years Later Thirty years ago, President Jimmy Carter diagnosed the nation with "a crisis of confidence," and Americans' reception of the criticism was. The administration's national energy program was evaluated as to economic impact in regard to the consumer and energy prices, total energy savings, regional impacts, and energy supplies. The overall issue in question was whether or not the program can realistically be expected to meet legitimate national energy needs in and beyond. In his book, "The Real Jimmy Carter: How Our Worst Ex-President Undermines American Foreign Policy, Coddles Dictators and Created the Party of Clinton and Kerry," Hayward runs down the ways in.