KEEPING FAITH, Memoirs of a President,

By: Jimmy Carter

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William Collins Sons & Co, London - first UK edition ISBN:0002166488, 1982. hardcover, 6½" x 9¼", with dust jacket. Jacket has edgewear. VERY GOOD book in GOOD unclipped dust jacket. When President Jimmy Carter left Washington he carried with him his 5,000-page diary - unedited notes he dictated after each important meeting, nearly every day of his term. In 'Keeping Faith' he draws on this journal directly for a personal account of the exhilaration and solitude of being the man in the Oval Office. Read of the Camp David Accord, the 52 American hostages, nuclear weapons reductions, Panama, energy policies, et al.

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