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By the time President Jimmy Carter sent a memorandum to the heads of of government-controlled funds was on deposit in 81 minority banks. Jimmy Carter would say later, "No matter who was with me, we watched the big in Iranian gold and bank assets, frozen in American banks just after the. Jimmy Carter's high-profile parachutes for peace earn scorn from some and admiration of America's post--Cold War foreign policy than about Jimmy Carter.

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Bank of America, Jimmy Carter Boulevard Branch

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by Youhavetobekiddingme, Jun. 18, 2021

I went to this  bank on a Friday afternoon, June 18th 3:30 pm. One bank teller at the window! A man at counter, getting money orders! Teller had to do twice! 38 minute wait! No other tellers came to help. Line  of 7 build up. The what I assumed was branch manager started working the floor, asking what type of banking we needed. 6 out of 7 had to wait for the lone teller. Branch manager could have opened up a window to assist, but proceeded to be a  “cheerleader”  to us in line, making small talk, asking his our day was. For a National  bank to have one bank teller at a window on a Friday is concerning, disappointing and I will never be back. Worst customer service I have seen in many years. I saw 3 employees and only 1 was working to the bone. Other two walked around in high heels.

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Executive Order 12170--Blocking Iranian Government property

Source: The provisions of Executive Order 12170 of Nov. 14, 1979, appear at 44 FR 65729, 3 CFR, 1979 Comp., p. 457, unless otherwise noted.

Cross reference: See also Executive Order 12205of Apr. 7, 1980, and Executive Order 12211of Apr. 17, 1980, Chapter 15, for prohibitions on transactions with Iran, and Executive Order 12282of Jan. 19, 1981, Chapter 15, which revokes those prohibitions.

Pursuant to the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and laws of the United States including the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, 50 U.S.C.A. sec. 1701 et seq., the National Emergencies Act, 50 U.S.C. sec. 1601 et seq., and 3 U.S.C. sec. 301.

I, JIMMY CARTER, President of the United States, find that the situation in Iran constitutes an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security, foreign policy and economy of the United States and hereby declare a national emergency to deal with that threat.

I hereby order blocked all property and interests in property of the Government of Iran, its instrumentalities and controlled entities and the Central Bank of Iran which are or become subject to the jurisdiction of the United States or which are in or come within the possession or control of persons subject to the jurisdiction of the United States.

The Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to employ all powers granted to me by the International Emergency Economic Powers Act to carry out the provisions of this order.

This order is effective immediately and shall be transmitted to the Congress and published in the Federal Register.


Editorial note: Notices of the continuation of the national emergency declared by Executive Order 12170 were transmitted by the President to the Congress and the Office of the Federal Register on Nov. 12, 1980 (45 FR 75159, 3 CFR, 1980 Comp., p. 340), Nov. 12, 1981 (46 FR 55915, 3 CFR, 1981 Comp., p. 233), Nov. 8, 1982 (47 FR 50841, 3 CFR, 1982 Comp., p. 253), Nov. 4, 1983 (48 FR 51277, 3 CFR, 1983 Comp., p. 240), Nov. 7, 1984 (49 FR 44741, 3 CFR, 1984 Comp., p. 252), Nov. 1, 1985 (50 FR 45901, 3 CFR, 1985 Comp., p. 425), Nov. 10, 1986 (51 FR 41067, 3 CFR, 1986 Comp., p. 276), Nov. 10, 1987 (52 FR 43549, 3 CFR, 1987 Comp., p. 314), Nov. 8, 1988 (53 FR 45750, 3 CFR, 1988 Comp., p. 650)


Источник: https://www.archives.gov/federal-register/codification/executive-order/12170.html

Obama disagrees with Jimmy Carter on race issue

By Steve Holland

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama’s spokesman publicly disagreed with former President Jimmy Carter on Wednesday over Carter’s contention that some conservative opposition to Obama is based on race.

“The president does not think it is based on the color of his skin,” White House spokesman Robert Gibbs told reporters.

Carter injected race into Obama’s struggle for a healthcare overhaul after South Carolina Republican Representative Joe Wilson shouted “You lie” at Obama during a healthcare speech in Congress last week and thousands of conservatives rallied opposition to Obama at demonstrations in Washington.

“I think an overwhelming portion of the intensely demonstrated animosity toward President Barack Obama is based on the fact that he is a black man,” Carter told NBC News.

He said this “racism inclination still exists. And I think it’s bubbled up to the surface because of the belief among many white people, not just in the South but around the country, that African-Americans are not qualified to lead this great country. It’s an abominable circumstance, and it grieves me and concerns me very deeply.”

Carter’s remark drew the condemnation of Michael Steele, the first African-American to become chairman of the Republican National Committee.

“President Carter is flat out wrong. This isn’t about race. It is about policy,” he said in a statement. “This is a pathetic distraction by Democrats to shift attention away from the president’s wildly unpopular government-run healthcare plan that the American people simply oppose.”

Obama, America’s first black president, was steering clear of the issue, weeks after he injected himself into a debate about race in Massachusetts after black Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates was arrested at his own home on suspicion of breaking into it.

After Obama created an uproar by saying that Cambridge, Massachusetts, police had acted stupidly in the case, he later expressed regret for the tone of his remarks and had the professor and police officer to the White House for a beer in what was dubbed a “beer summit.”

Gibbs said the uproar among Obama’s opponents was more likely a reaction to some of the decisions Obama had made to help the U.S. economy, such as bank and auto bailouts.

“We understand that people have disagreements with some of the decisions that we’ve made,” he said.

Источник: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-carter-racism-idUSTRE58F5NX20090916

Stagflation worries ignite comparisons to Carter's 1970s

Surging consumer prices and gasoline shortages have sparked concerns the U.S. economy could relive the nightmarish stagflation of President Jimmy Carter’s administration in the late 1970s. 

Stagflation is defined as a period of inflation with declining economic output.  

The economy under Carter experienced inflation and unemployment that were both in the double digits as the result of an oil price shock that began when Iranian oil workers went on strike. 

"Six months ago, America was energy-independent. Now we have gas lines," tweeted House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif. "President Biden is well on his way to creating another Jimmy Carter economy."

Gas stations across the East Coast have for the last week faced fuel shortages and long lines after the 5,500-mile Colonial Pipeline, which supplies almost half the region’s supply, was taken offline by hackers. The outages evoked memories of the gas lines that occurred during the sharp drop in Iranian oil production at the end of the Carter administration.  

President Jimmy Carter at his desk in the Oval Office, talking to his new Chief of Staff Hamilton Jordan at the White House in Washington D .C., on July 19, 1979. (Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Additionally, a Labor Department report released last week showed core consumer prices, which exclude food and energy, rose 0.9% in April, the most since September 1982, when the U.S. economy was emerging from its decade-long bout with stagflation. Annually, prices were up 4.2%, the biggest increase since September 2008. 

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Rising consumer prices aren’t the only worry for economists, who are also assessing the possibility of a slowing U.S. economy. 

The labor market last month added a disappointing 266,000 jobs as the unemployment rate ticked up to 6.1%. Economists surveyed by Refinitiv were anticipating the addition of 978,000 jobs as the unemployment rate fell to 5.8%. This as manufacturers are grappling with supply shortages caused by the pandemic 

"What is happening to activity and prices isn’t a repeat of the stagflation of the 1970s," wrote Paul Ashworth, chief U.S. economist at research firm Capital Economics, referencing inflation and unemployment that were both in the double digits. "But it does have a bit of the same whiff about it, which is eerily similar to conditions in 2005 and 2006." 

Ashworth added that back then, Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan hiked interest rates to rein in inflation, something current chairman Jerome Powell seems less inclined to do. The Fed currently has a "broad and inclusive" full employment goal, leading Ashworth to believe the central bank won’t hike rates until late 2023.

Ashworth thinks the Fed won’t began raising its benchmark interest rate until late 2023. 

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Strategists at Bank of America predict the stagflation narrative will begin to take hold in the second half of this year. 

Investors looking to position for the shift should rotate into "’defensive growth,’ e.g. staples, big pharma, monopolistic telecos, utilities," wrote Michael Hartnett, chief investment strategist at Bank of America. 

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Election of Jimmy Carter


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Jimmy Carter was the first "born again" evangelical to become president. He was reared Southern Baptist, served as a deacon, and frequently taught Sunday School. After two terms in the Georgia state legislature and one term as governor, he ran for the presidency in 1976 on the Democratic ticket.

His ability to attract evangelical voters led Newsweek to declare 1976 the "Year of the Evangelical." Yet when in office, many white evangelical voters became disenchanted with his unwillingness to rollback abortion rights and defected to Ronald Reagan in 1980 and 1984. Carter was the last Democratic candidate for president to receive at least half of the white evangelical vote, a group that became a key constituency in the resurgence of conservatism in national electoral politics for the next 30 years.
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Jimmy Carter was the second self-proclaimed evangelical to run for the presidency. (William Jennings Bryan had won the Democratic ticket in 1896, 1900, and 1908, but lost in the general election each time.) Carter was raised in a Southern Baptist church, serving as a deacon and frequently teaching Sunday School throughout his adult life, even on several occasions while president. After a stint captaining nuclear submarines for the U.S. Navy, Carter inherited his parents' successful, although cash-poor, peanut farm, warehouse, and farm supply business. In the 1960s, Carter served two terms in the Georgia state legislature. After a failed bid for the governorship in 1966, Carter had a moment of spiritual crisis in which he rededicated his life to God. He later said of that moment, "I began to realize that my Christian life, which I had always professed to be preeminent, had really been a secondary interest in my life, and I formed a very close, personal intimate relationship with God through Christ."

Four years later in 1970, Carter won the governership, setting up his run for the presidency in 1976. He ran as a political outsider, someone uncorrupted by Washington politics and the moral uncertainty of the Nixon White House and the Watergate scandal. His opponent, Gerald Ford, although not involved in the Watergate burglary or cover-up, had been Nixon's vice-president and one of his first acts upon becoming president in 1974 was to pardon his disgraced former boss. During the campaign, Carter released an autobiography, Why Not the Best?, in which he identified himself as being a "born again" Christian. The phrase "born again" is a reference to the Biblical book of John chapter three in which Jesus tells Nicodemus that he must be "born again" to enter the kingdom of God. Although the words are ancient, the phrase was not widely used as an identification label for evangelical Christians until 1976.

Suddenly, pollsters, like George Gallup Jr., started finding born again Christians everywhere. In the month before the election, Gallup's surveys showed that a third of Americans claimed to have been born again. That same October, Newsweek declared 1976 the "Year of the Evangelical" and put Southern Baptist minister Jerry Falwell on the cover, pointing one hand to heaven and placing the other on the head of a convert. Pundits widely credited Carter's close victory in November to the evangelical vote. The significance of evangelical voters was overstated, in part because pollsters were haphazard about the actual definition of "born again" when surveying voters but also because evangelicals were not a homogeneous voting bloc. Carter split the white evangelical vote, showing that divide. Still, it was the last time a Democratic presidential candidate would do as well among evangelical voters.

More than a few of the evangelicals who voted for Carter in 1976 became disenchanted with him during his term. On the campaign trail, he had told evangelicals that he was pro-life, but once in office he did nothing to check the advance of abortion rights. Instead, he focused his efforts on energy conversation, nuclear arms control, and a human rights focused foreign policy. Carter represents the highwater mark for the evangelical left in American politics. In 1980 and 1984, the evangelical right responded, giving Ronald Reagan an overwhelming majority of the white evangelical vote. One of Carter's harshest critics was Jerry Falwell, who was central in forming a conservative political organization called the Moral Majority in 1979. The idea for the Moral Majority grew out of a series of "I Love America" rallies held by Falwell in state capitals across the nation during the 1976 bicentennial.

After the presidency, Carter remained involved in humanitarian work, especially the Christian housing charity Habitat for Humanity. In 2000 he left the Southern Baptist Convention for the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship in response to the rise of conservative evangelicals like Al Mohler, W.A. Criswell, and Adrian Rogers within the denomination.
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Bert Lance

Thomas Bertram "Bert" Lance (June 3, 1931 – August 15, 2013) was an American businessman who served as director of the Office of Management and Budget under President Jimmy Carter in 1977. He is known mainly for resigning from the Carter administration because of a scandal during his first year in office. However, he was later cleared of all charges.[1]

Early life[edit]

Lance was born in Gainesville, Georgia. His father, Thomas Jackson Lance, had served as president of Young Harris College, in northeastern Georgia, and in 1941, the family relocated to Calhoun, Gordon County, when Lance's father became superintendent of Calhoun schools.

After graduating from Calhoun High School in 1948, Lance attended Emory University for two years before he transferred to the University of Georgia. In 1950, he married LaBelle David, whose family owned the Calhoun First National Bank; they had four sons. Under pressure to support his wife and their first son, Lance dropped out of the University of Georgia, where he had been a member of Sigma Chi, before graduating.

He became a teller at the bank and, within a decade ascended to its presidency after he had acquired a controlling stake with a consortium of investors in 1958. Meanwhile, he completed American Bankers Association-accredited executive education programs at Louisiana State University's School of Banking of the South (1952–1954) and the Stonier School of Banking at Rutgers University (1961–1963).[2][3] He later served as president of the National Bank of Georgia in Atlanta from 1975 to 1977.

Carter administration[edit]

Lance became acquainted with Jimmy Carter during the latter's time as Governor of Georgia and served as State Highway Director during his administration. Lance ran to succeed Carter in 1974 but lost a bid for the Democratic nomination, finishing third in the first primary behind Lester Maddox and the eventual winner, George Busbee. During the campaign, Lance accrued campaign debts of nearly $600,000.[4]

Lance was an adviser to Carter during his successful 1976 presidential campaign. After Carter's victory over President Gerald Ford, Lance was named Director of the Office of Management and the Budget (OMB). According to former OMB officials, it was well known in the department that Bert Lance and President Carter prayed together every morning.

Within six months, questions were raised by the press and Congress about mismanagement and corruption when Lance was chairman of the board of Calhoun First National Bank of Georgia. William Safire's article written during this time, Carter's Broken Lance, earned a Pulitzer Prize in 1978.

It was an embarrassment for Carter's administration, particularly as it took place soon after President Nixon's Watergate scandal and President Ford's pardon of Nixon just before he could be tried for any crimes. To ensure there was no hint of similar impropriety in the Carter administration, Lance resigned his position. Later, after a well-publicized trial in 1980, a jury acquitted Lance on nine charges, and did not decide two others.[5][6]

In 1981, Lance returned to the Calhoun First National Bank as chairman; he left in 1986. He then made something of a political comeback in 1982 when he was elected Chairman of the Georgia Democratic Party. In 1984, Walter Mondale – who was the Democratic candidate for U.S. President at the time – sought to name Lance chairman of the Democratic National Committee, but was forced to withdraw his name after opposition from Democratic party members.[7] Lance's appointment as general manager of the 1984 campaign lasted only a few weeks.[8] Lance was an advisor to Jesse Jackson during Jackson's 1988 presidential campaign.[9]

"If it ain't broke, don't fix it"[edit]

Lance is credited with popularizing the phrase "if it ain't broke, don't fix it", which he was quoted as saying in the May 1977 issue of the magazine Nation's Business.[10][11] The expression became widespread, and William Safire wrote that it "has become a source of inspiration to anti-activists."[12]

BCCI scandal[edit]

Lance was implicated in the Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI) scandal of the 1980s and early 1990s. He was involved in deals with notable BCCI luminaries Agha Hasan Abedi, Mochtar Riady, and Ghaith Pharaon[13] and with BCCI's largest borrower, Ponnapula Sanjeeva Prasad,[14][15] and joined with Arkansas-based power investor Jackson Stephens in facilitating BCCI's takeover of Financial General Bankshares.[16] Lance and Stephens made millions in the wake of BCCI's collapse.[17] During Carter's run for office, Lance had helped him secure funding by using stored peanuts at Carter's peanut business. It was alleged that there were no peanuts in the storage facilities.

In January 1978, Lance sold his stock in National Bank of Georgia to Pharaon, and on the same day, BCCI founder Abedi paid off Lance's $3.5 million loan at the First National Bank of Chicago. Meanwhile, the Chicago bank was making huge loans to the Soviet Union with open lines of credit. The next month, Lance helped BCCI's hostile bid for Financial General Bankshares of Washington. The attempt failed, but three years later, BCCI secretly acquired the bank and renamed it First American Bankshares by using 15 Arab investors as nominees. The next year, Lance introduced Carter to Abedi. In 1987, First American Bankshares acquired National Bank of Georgia from Pharaon. BCCI was terminated in 1991, and it was subsequently revealed that the bank had engaged in many illegal activities, including secretly controlling several US banks, in violation of federal banking statutes.[18]

In popular culture[edit]

On Saturday Night Live, September 24, 1977,[19] the day Lance resigned from the Carter administration, John Belushi (playing Lance) and Dan Aykroyd (playing Carter) appeared in an advertising parody of an American Express credit card commercial.[20]

In a Season 5 episode of Good Times (1977), JJ references Bert Lance while offering to make out a check for the family budget, knowing they have no money.[21]

In "Making Out", a 1979 episode of the sitcom What's Happening!, Rerun (played by Fred Berry) confuses Bert Lance with Cyrus Vance while trying to impress a date who is a political science major.[22]

A stretch of Interstate 75 in Georgia has been named for Lance.[23]

Death[edit]

Lance died on August 15, 2013, at his home in northwest Georgia at age 82. He had been in hospice care due to recent declining health, caused by aging.[24][25]

Works[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^"Politicians who are charged with wrongdoing often not convicted". The Christian Science Monitor. Retrieved August 15, 2013.
  2. ^Nominations of Thomas B. Lance and James T. McIntyre, Jr: Hearings Before the Committee on Governmental Affairs, United States Senate, Ninety-fifth Congress, First Session, on Nomination of Thomas B. Lance to be Director of the Office of Management and Budget, January 17 and 18, 1977, and Nomination of James T. McIntyre, Jr. to be Deputy Director of the Office of Management and Budget, March 4, 1977. United States Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs. 1977. p. 3.
  3. ^"New Georgia Encyclopedia: Bert Lance (b. 1931)". Georgia Encyclopedia. Retrieved March 12, 2010.
  4. ^Anchorage Daily News January 16, 1979[dead link]
  5. ^"Bert Lance acquitted on nine counts". Boca Raton News. Associated Press. April 30, 1980. p. 2A. Retrieved August 20, 2013.
  6. ^"The lance affair – Jimmy Carter". Presidentprofiles.com. Retrieved August 15, 2013.
  7. ^"Manatt to keep position". Times Daily. Florence, Alabama. New York Times News Service. July 16, 1984. pp. 1A, 3A. Retrieved August 20, 2013.
  8. ^Gailey, Phil (August 3, 1984). "Lance Quits Post in Mondale Drive over 'Old Charges'". The New York Times. Retrieved August 20, 2013.
  9. ^Purnick, Joyce; Oreskes, Michael. "Jesse Jackson Aims for the Mainstream". The New York Times Magazine. Retrieved September 5, 2017.
  10. ^Martin, Gary. "The meaning and origin of the expression: 'If it ain't broke, don't fix it'". The Phrase Finder. Retrieved January 15, 2016.
  11. ^"Broke". Oxford English Dictionary.
  12. ^Titelman, Gregory Y. (1996). Random House Dictionary of Popular Proverbs and Sayings. New York: Random House.
  13. ^"Bert Lance". Our Georgia History. Retrieved September 18, 2013.
  14. ^Niemeyer, J. "Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation v. Hadid – 947 F.2d 1153 (4th Cir. 1991)". Santa Clara Law School. Archived from the original on March 23, 2006.
  15. ^Niemeyer, Paul V."Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. Mohamed Anwar M. Hadid, Defendant-Appellant (Two Cases), 947 F.2d 1153 (4th Cir. 1991)". Archived from the original on August 19, 2013. Retrieved August 13, 2013 – via vLex. Docket Numbers 90-1825,90-1844, Reporting Judge 60 USLW 2358
  16. ^"BCCI in the United States – Initial Entry and FGB and NBG Takeovers". Federation of American Scientists. Retrieved August 18, 2013.
  17. ^McAlary, Mike (February 7, 1992). "Bill Clinton Banker's BCCI Link". New York Post.
  18. ^Beaty, Jonathan; Gwynne, S. C. (1993). The Outlaw Bank: a Wild Ride Into the Secret Heart of BCCI (2004 ed.). Beard Books. ISBN .
  19. ^"SNL Transcript September 24th, 1977". Archived from the original on June 7, 2002. Retrieved September 8, 2018.
  20. ^"SNL Transcripts: Steve Martin: 09/24/77: National Express Card". Archived from the original on June 5, 2002.
  21. ^Freiman, Richard; Dorfman, Sid (October 19, 1977). "Willona the Fuzz". Good Times. Season 5. Episode 6. CBS.
  22. ^Pagliaro, Joanne; Monte, Eric (January 11, 1979). "Making Out". What's Happening!. Season 3. Episode 11. ABC.
  23. ^"Gordon County". Calhoun Times. September 1, 2004. p. 86. Retrieved April 26, 2015.
  24. ^Robert D. Hershey Jr. (August 16, 2013). "Bert Lance, Carter Adviser, Dies at 82". The New York Times. p. A21. Retrieved August 17, 2013.
  25. ^Galloway, Jim (August 15, 2013). "Bert Lance, confidant of Jimmy Carter, dead at 82". Political Insider (blog). Atlanta Journal Constitution. Retrieved August 15, 2013.

Further reading[edit]

  • Biography Index. A cumulative index to biographical material in books and magazines. Volume 13: September 1982 – August 1984. New York: H. W. Wilson Co., 1984.
  • Who's Who in America. 46th edition, 1990–1991. Wilmette: Marquis Who's Who, 1990.
  • Who's Who in Finance and Industry. 24th edition, 1985–1986. Wilmette: Marquis Who's Who, 1985.
  • Who's Who in Government. Third edition, 1977. Chicago: Marquis Who's Who, 1977.
  • Who's Who in the South and Southwest. 15th edition, 1976–1977. Wilmette: Marquis Who's Who, 1976.
  • Who's Who in America. 48th edition, 1994. New Providence: Marquis Who's Who, 1993.
  • Who's Who in American Politics(R) [Marquis(TM)]. 17th edition, 1999–2000. New Providence: Marquis Who's Who, 1999. Use the Index to locate biographies.
  • "Thomas Bertram Lance". Almanac of Famous People(fee, via Fairfax County Public Library). Gale. 2011. Gale Document Number: GALE

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    Jimmy Carter was elected President of the United States of America in 1976, serving from 1977 to 1981. He aspired to make the US government “competent and compassionate,” responsive to the American people and their expectations.

    During his time in office, President Carter became known as a champion of human rights and a peace-maker in international affairs. He negotiated the 1978 Camp David Accords and bank of america home equity loan interest rate treaty between Egypt and Israel. He also negotiated the Panama Canal treaties in 1977, established US diplomatic relations with the People's Republic of China, and negotiated the SALT II treaty with the Soviet Union – a long-term, comprehensive agreement limiting the development of nuclear weapons.

    On the domestic side, the administration's achievements included a comprehensive energy program conducted by a new Department of Energy; major educational programs under a new Department of Education; and major environmental protection legislation, including the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act.

    Preceding his presidency, Jimmy Carter trained and served as a naval officer but returned to Plains, Georgia in 1953 to operate his family’s seed and farm supply company. Later, he became a prominent community leader and was elected to the Georgia Senate in 1962. In 1971, he became Georgia's 76th Governor.

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    Stagflation worries ignite comparisons to Carter's 1970s

    Surging consumer prices and gasoline bank of america jimmy carter have sparked concerns the U.S. economy could relive the nightmarish stagflation of President Jimmy Carter’s administration in the late 1970s. 

    Stagflation is loan interest rate savings calculator as a period of inflation with declining economic output.  

    The economy under Carter experienced inflation and unemployment that were both in the double digits as the result of an oil price shock that began when Iranian oil workers went on strike. 

    "Six months ago, America was energy-independent. Now we have gas lines," tweeted House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif. "President Biden is well on his way to creating another Jimmy Carter economy."

    Gas stations across the East Coast have for the last week faced fuel shortages and long lines after the 5,500-mile Colonial Pipeline, which supplies almost half the region’s supply, was taken offline by hackers. The outages evoked memories of the gas lines that occurred during the sharp drop in Iranian oil production at the end of the Carter administration.  

    President Jimmy Carter at his desk in the Oval Office, talking to his new Chief of Staff Hamilton Jordan at the White House in Washington D .C., on July 19, 1979. (Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

    Additionally, a Labor Department report released last week showed core consumer prices, which exclude food and energy, rose 0.9% in April, the most since September 1982, when the U.S. economy was emerging from its decade-long bout with stagflation. Annually, prices were up 4.2%, the biggest increase since September 2008. 

    COLONIAL PIPELINE FIASCO FORESHADOWS IMPACT OF BIDEN ENERGY POLICY

    Rising consumer prices aren’t the only worry for economists, who are also assessing the possibility of a slowing U.S. economy. 

    The labor market last month added a disappointing 266,000 jobs as the unemployment rate ticked up to 6.1%. Economists surveyed by Refinitiv were anticipating the addition of 978,000 jobs as the unemployment rate fell to 5.8%. This as manufacturers are grappling with supply shortages caused by the pandemic 

    "What is happening to activity and prices isn’t a repeat of the stagflation of the 1970s," wrote Paul Ashworth, chief U.S. economist at research firm Capital Economics, referencing inflation and unemployment that were both in the double digits. "But it does have new t mobile one plan bit of the same whiff about it, which is eerily similar to conditions in 2005 and 2006." 

    Ashworth added that back then, Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan hiked interest rates to rein in inflation, something current chairman Jerome Powell seems less inclined to do. The Fed currently has a "broad and inclusive" full employment goal, leading Ashworth to believe the central bank won’t hike rates until late 2023.

    Ashworth thinks the Fed won’t began raising its benchmark bank of america jimmy carter rate until late 2023. 

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    Strategists at Bank of America predict the stagflation narrative will begin to take hold in the second half of this year. 

    Investors looking to position for the shift should rotate into "’defensive growth,’ e.g. staples, big pharma, monopolistic telecos, utilities," wrote Michael Hartnett, chief investment strategist at Bank of America. 

    Источник: https://www.foxbusiness.com/economy/stagflation-worries-comparisons-jimmy-carter-1970s

    Former President Jimmy Carter Is Still Building His Legacy, One Home at a Time

    At 93, Jimmy Carter’s gait is a little stiff, his back a bit stooped. He doesn’t swing a hammer like he once did, preferring to work a table saw. But one week each year, the 39th President of the United States and his wife still travel somewhere in the world to build homes with their own hands for Habitat for Humanity, the global housing charity. And so, on a Thursday in late August, the Carters were on a job site in Mishawaka, Ind., wearing blue hard hats and measuring out lengths of wood for a new patio.

    Home is a powerful thing to Carter, the only modern President to return there after leaving the White House. The couple still lives in the two-bedroom ranch house in Plains, Ga., that they built in 1961, and their everyday lives bear little resemblance to the jet-setting and buck-raking of his post-presidential peers. They still cook their own meals and attend their local Baptist church, where Carter teaches Sunday school. You’ll never find Carter giving a speech to an investment bank for hundreds of thousands of dollars.

    It’s a bright, crisp morning in this suburb of South Bend, where a formerly vacant lot is being transformed into 23 vinyl-sided houses. The one the Carters are working on will soon belong to Cleora Taylor, a 36-year-old single mother of four, who’ll pay it off with a no-interest mortgage. “We happen to be Christians, and this gives us a chance to put our religious beliefs into practical projects,” Carter says in his soft country drawl. “That’s a very difficult thing for wealthy people to do, like we are–to cross the great barrier between us and people who have never had a decent place to live.”

    Carter’s humility might seem a rebuke to those who put more stock in material success or public glory. But he insists he doesn’t judge people with different priorities. “We live the way we want to live,” he says. “That’s what we prefer.” What does annoy him is the worsening inequality he sees in America, which he blames on partisan gerrymandering, voter suppression and the Supreme Court’s “stupid” 2010 campaign-finance decision, Citizens United. “That injected large amounts of money into the political system,” he says, and it “has made our country more of an oligarchy depending on wealth than it is a democracy depending on individual citizens’ votes.”

    The Carters have been building for Habitat for 35 years now. He says they’ll keep doing it as long as they can. Carter beat cancer in 2015, and his wife Rosalynn, 91, has walked with a cane since she had surgery earlier this year. The building projects have taken them to 14 countries and 21 states, from Mississippi to Manila and many points between. In 2018, it seems particularly resonant that they’ve come to rural Indiana, in the middle of the American heartland that’s been so scrutinized since Donald Trump’s election. They’re here as a personal favor to local architect LeRoy Troyer, 80, who’s been supervising their building work around the world for the past 33 years. The Carters call him “boss.”

    The former President’s focus on housing also fits the moment. Some experts believe soaring home prices could again trigger a market meltdown like the 2008 financial crisis, in which housing-price inflation played a prominent role. More than 38 f train weekend American households spend at least 30% of their income on housing, with nearly 19 million spending half or more, making it hard to afford other necessities; it’s both a cause and a consequence of inequality, condemning people to poverty and trapping them there. The situation may seem most acute in big cities, but it’s no less a problem in Middle America: poverty has doubled in Indiana since 2001, and in this Indiana county there are more than 14,000 households spending more than 30% of their gross income on rent.

     

    On the job site, Carter wears a red bandanna around his neck and a silver horseshoe belt buckle with the initials J.C. Both Carters are known as taskmasters, exacting and rigorous. “You want him on your build because he’s so damn smart,” says country-music star Garth Brooks, who, with his wife Trisha Yearwood, is on his 11th year building alongside the Carters. “You might’ve just roofed a house, but if he sees you take a two-second break, he’ll say, ‘Do you need something to do?'” says Bank of america jimmy carter rectitude and high-mindedness present a stark contrast to the current President, with his gilded penthouse and payoffs to alleged bank of america jimmy carter. Trump never fully divested from his billion-dollar business empire; Carter, when he became President, put his family peanut farm in Plains into a blind trust to prevent accusations of conflict of interest. But Carter downplays their differences as merely partisan. “I’m a Democrat, so I don’t agree with a lot of the policies that President Trump has espoused,” he says. “I pray that he’ll be a successful President. And I have confidence that President Trump, or any other President, they want to do the best they can. But quite often his interpretation of what’s best in a situation is not the same as mine.”

    The flags at the Habitat site are at half-staff in memory of recently deceased Senator John McCain, whom Carter describes as a personal hero. They both graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy, 12 years apart, and learned a strict code. “They have a standard there that the preeminent measurement of a person’s ethical and moral standards is whether or not they tell the truth,” Carter says. As for whether Trump meets that standard, Carter says tersely: “I don’t think the current President has that extraordinary commitment to telling the truth that I just described.”

    The Carters take their lunch in the mess tent with everyone else. By the time they get there, only the vegan meals are left, so they each grab a veggie wrap and amble over to a blue-tarped table, where they sit with the other volunteers. Carter looks around at all these well-intentioned people giving their time and toil to others, and sees evidence we’re not as divided as we sometimes seem. “I think Americans are inherently oriented toward equality and harmony,” he says. “We’ll change. I have great confidence in the future of my country.”

    And then Carter goes back to his table saw, Rosalynn working at a table next to him, painting finials for porch posts. “People ask me what I want to be remembered for, and I generally say peace and human rights,” he says. “I think it’s a basic right of a human being to have a home that’s decent in which to raise children, and to have an adequate amount of health care and to have an adequate amount of education to take advantage of whatever talent God may have given them.”

    It’s a simple creed. But when put into practice with this level of dedication, it can seem like a radical one. Taylor, the future homeowner who’s put in hundreds of hours of “sweat equity” to earn her place here, looks at the former President with awe. Home, for her, will mean no more rent hikes, no more squeezing into her grandmother’s decrepit house and a chance for her four children–including a daughter with severe autism–to have a stable foundation. “He’s heaven-sent,” Taylor says of Carter. “It’s God working through him. He’s created something that’s going to go on forever. I truly believe that’s why he’s still around. And I’m going to have a front porch because of him.” Thanks to Jimmy Carter, one more person will know the meaning of home.

    This appears in the September 24, 2018 issue of TIME.

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    Executive Orders

    Executive Order 12170--Blocking Iranian Government property

    Source: The provisions of Executive Order 12170 of Nov. 14, 1979, appear at 44 FR 65729, 3 Community spiceworks com tools ip lookup, 1979 Comp., p. 457, unless otherwise noted.

    Cross reference: See also Executive Order 12205of Apr. 7, 1980, and Executive Order 12211of Apr. 17, 1980, Chapter 15, for prohibitions on transactions with Iran, and Executive Order 12282of Jan. 19, 1981, Chapter 15, which revokes those prohibitions.

    Pursuant to the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and laws of the United States including the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, 50 U.S.C.A. sec. 1701 et seq., the National Emergencies Act, 50 U.S.C. sec. 1601 et seq., and 3 U.S.C. sec. 301.

    I, JIMMY CARTER, President of the United States, find that the situation in Iran constitutes an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security, foreign policy and economy of the United States and hereby declare a national emergency to deal with that threat.

    I hereby order blocked all property and interests in property of the Government of Iran, its instrumentalities and controlled entities and the Central Bank of Iran which are or become subject to the jurisdiction of the United States or which are in or come within the possession or control of persons subject to the jurisdiction of the United States.

    The Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to employ all powers granted to me by the International Emergency Economic Powers Act to carry out the provisions of this order.

    This order is effective immediately and shall be transmitted to the Congress and published in the Federal Register.


    Editorial note: Notices of the continuation of the national emergency declared by Executive Order 12170 were transmitted by the President to the Congress and the Office of the Federal Register on Nov. 12, 1980 (45 FR 75159, 3 CFR, 1980 Comp., p. 340), Nov. 12, 1981 (46 FR 55915, 3 CFR, 1981 Comp., p. 233), Nov. 8, 1982 (47 FR 50841, 3 CFR, 1982 Comp., p. 253), Nov. 4, 1983 (48 FR 51277, 3 CFR, 1983 Comp., p. 240), Nov. 7, 1984 (49 FR 44741, 3 CFR, 1984 Comp., p. 252), Nov. 1, 1985 (50 FR 45901, 3 CFR, 1985 Comp., p. 425), Nov. 10, 1986 (51 FR 41067, 3 CFR, 1986 Comp., p. 276), Nov. 10, 1987 (52 FR 43549, 3 CFR, 1987 Comp., p. 314), Nov. 8, 1988 (53 FR 45750, 3 CFR, 1988 Comp., p. 650)


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    Election of Jimmy Carter


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    11/2/1976
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    Jimmy Carter was the first "born again" evangelical to become president. He was reared Southern Baptist, served as a deacon, and frequently taught Sunday School. After two terms in the Georgia state legislature and one term as governor, he bank of america jimmy carter for the presidency in 1976 on the Democratic ticket.

    His ability to attract evangelical voters led Newsweek to declare 1976 the "Year of bank of america jimmy carter Evangelical." Yet when in office, many white evangelical voters became disenchanted with his unwillingness to rollback abortion rights and defected to Ronald Reagan in 1980 and 1984. Carter was the last Democratic candidate for president to receive at least half of the white evangelical vote, a group that became a key constituency in the resurgence of conservatism in national electoral politics for the next 30 years.
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    Jimmy Carter was the second self-proclaimed evangelical to run for the presidency. (William Jennings Bryan had won the Democratic ticket in 1896, 1900, and 1908, but lost in the general election each time.) Carter was raised suntrust online cash manager fees a Southern Baptist church, serving as a deacon and frequently teaching Sunday School throughout his adult life, even on several occasions while president. After a stint captaining nuclear submarines for the U.S. Navy, Carter inherited his parents' successful, although cash-poor, peanut farm, warehouse, and farm supply business. In the 1960s, Carter served two terms in the Georgia state legislature. After a failed bid for the governorship in 1966, Carter had a moment of spiritual crisis in which he rededicated his life to God. He later said of that moment, "I began to realize that my Christian life, which I had always professed to be preeminent, had really been a secondary interest in my life, and I formed a very close, personal intimate relationship with God through Christ."

    Four years later in 1970, Carter won the governership, setting up his run for the presidency in 1976. He ran as a political outsider, someone uncorrupted by Washington politics and the moral uncertainty of the Nixon White House and the Watergate scandal. His opponent, Gerald Ford, although not involved in the Watergate burglary or cover-up, had been Nixon's vice-president and one of his first acts upon becoming president in 1974 was to pardon his disgraced former boss. During the campaign, Carter released an autobiography, Why Not the Best?, in which he identified himself as being a "born again" Christian. The phrase "born again" is a reference to the Biblical book of John chapter three in which Jesus tells Nicodemus that he must be "born again" to enter the kingdom of God. Although the words are ancient, the phrase was not widely used as an identification label for evangelical Christians until 1976.

    Suddenly, pollsters, like George Gallup Jr., started finding born again Christians everywhere. In the month before the election, Gallup's surveys showed that a third of Americans claimed to have been born again. That same Bank of america jimmy carter, Newsweek declared 1976 the "Year of the Bangor mall cinemas 10 me and put Southern Baptist minister Jerry Falwell on the cover, pointing one hand to heaven and placing the other on the head of a convert. Pundits widely credited Carter's close victory in November to the evangelical vote. The significance of evangelical voters was overstated, in part because pollsters were haphazard about the actual definition of "born again" when surveying voters but also bank of america jimmy carter evangelicals were not a homogeneous voting bloc. Carter split the white evangelical vote, showing that divide. Still, it was the last time a Democratic presidential candidate would do as well among evangelical voters.

    More than a few of the evangelicals who voted for Carter in 1976 became disenchanted with him during his term. On the campaign trail, he had told evangelicals that he was pro-life, but once in office he did nothing to check the advance of abortion rights. Instead, he focused his efforts on energy conversation, nuclear arms control, and a human rights focused foreign policy. Carter represents the highwater mark for the evangelical left in American politics. In 1980 and 1984, the evangelical right responded, giving Ronald Reagan an overwhelming majority of the white evangelical vote. One of Carter's harshest critics was Jerry Falwell, who was central in forming a conservative political organization called the Moral Majority in 1979. The idea for the Moral Majority grew out of a series of "I Love America" rallies held by Falwell in state capitals across the nation during the 1976 bicentennial.

    After the presidency, Carter remained involved in humanitarian work, especially the Christian housing charity Habitat for Humanity. In 2000 he left the Southern Baptist Convention for the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship in response to the rise of conservative evangelicals like Al Mohler, W.A. Criswell, and Adrian Rogers within the denomination.
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    Balmer, Randall, 2014. Redeemer: The Life of Jimmy Carter. New York: Basic Books.
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