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Presidential Performance Report Card: Jimmy Carter
Transcript of Presidential Performance Report Card: Jimmy Carter
Saabirah Greene 5+7= (cc) image by anemoneprojectors on Flickr (cc) image by anemoneprojectors on Flickr (cc) image by anemoneprojectors on Flickr Carter prior to Presidency Report Card Contents Chief Legislator Commander-in Chief Chief Executive Head of State Chief of Party Guardian of the Economy Chief Diplomat Home room First Block Role Second Block Role Third Block Role Fourth Block Role Fifth Block Role Sixth Block Role Seventh Block Role ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Mr.Barnes & Professor Greene Mrs. Saabirah Mr. Daquan Mrs.Greene Professor Barney Professor Greene Mr. Barnes Ms. Greene Jimmy Before Presidency 1946- received a Bachelor of Science degree from the United States Naval Academy 1953- Father died, resigned his naval commission 1962-won election to Georgia Senate Jan 2, 1971- became Georgia's 76th govenor Dec. 12 1974, he announced his candidacy for President of the United States Head of State Political commentators often cite Jimmy Carter's inability to communicate effectively with the press and public as his greatest weakness. Carter's speaking style contributed to his image of an ineffectual leader, who was overwhelmed by his administration crises. He stopped giving speeches and broght people to Camp David to discuss what needed to be done. Gave one of his most important speeches July 5, 1979 Chief Legislator Carter proposed multiple important pieces of legislation through out his presidency. F Guardian of Economy Jimmy Carter inherited a deeply troubled economy, it was heavy of inflation and at an all time high unemployment rate. He pledged to eliminate federal deficits, but the defecits for the fiscal year 1979 totaled 27.7 billion, and in 1980 rose to nearly 59 billion. Economy was slowly rising from a recession. Industry deregulation: Airline Deregulation Act Foreign Policy: The Panama Canal Treaty Conservation: Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Served his presidency under unified government. D Carter deserves this grade because of the effort he put forth to help the economy, considering America was slowly rising from depression. Because the press and public cited Carter for his inability to speak, or listen to others. He gave multiple speeches and public could not comprehend their purpose usually just labeling them as pointless. B He deserves this grade because he passed many pieces of legislation. Commander in Chief Carter ardoned Vietnam War draft invaders and announced that American troops would withdraw from South Korea 1979 Carter called for a significant increase in the military budget. He also wanted to strengthen NATO forces, and the development of a new weapon Critics found him weak ineffective, confusing and confused C Recieved this grade because he strongly supported the military after the invasion of Afghanistan by the Soviet Union. After that he began to put time and money into making our military strong. Chief of Party During his campaign, he made appearances everywhere on behalf of the party, potraying himself as an outsider who could clean up the mess in Washington. Won the nomination on the first ballot at the democratic party convention. The public was overjoyed to have democratic majorities in both houses. A Aside from a few setbacks during his campain, he worked extremly hard to win the election and entered office with a majority of Democrats contolling congress. Chief Executive Carter created two new cabinet level departments, energy & education. Secretary of Energy
Aug. 5, 1977-Jul. 20, 1979 James R. Schlesinger
Aug. 24, 1979-Jan. 20, 1981 Charles W. Duncan, Jr.
Secretary of Education
Dec. 6, 1979-Jan. 20, 1981 Shirley Mount Hufstedler
As far as leadership, many consider Carter as a better Ex-president than president. Retains the record for the 4th largest number of judicial appoinments. C From the information I gathered concluded his role as chief executive was above average when considering his number of judical appointments. Chief Diplomat One of the best examples of President Carter serving his role as Chief Diplomat was the Camp David Accords. Panama Canal Treaties A Because he took a more accomodating approach
toward this role and ratified the initially unfavored Canal Treaties. C Because of the state America was in when he entered office, he did an average job, and succeeding Nixon makes his role as President also look better.