JIMMY CARTER, BILL CLINTON, AND THE NEW DEMOCRATIC ECONOMICS

@article{Morgan2004JIMMYCB,
  title={JIMMY CARTER, BILL CLINTON, AND THE NEW DEMOCRATIC ECONOMICS},
  author={Iwan W. Morgan},
  journal={The Historical Journal},
  year={2004},
  volume={47},
  pages={1015 - 1039}
}
Jimmy Carter's response to stagflation, the unprecedented combination of stagnation and double-digit inflation that afflicted the American economy during his presidency, made him the subject of virulent attack from liberal Democrats for betraying New Deal traditions of activist government to sustain high employment and strong economic growth. Carter found himself accused of being a do-nothing president whose name had become ‘a synonym for economic mismanagement’ like Herbert Hoover's in the… Expand
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