NEWSWEEK September 13 1976 Sept Sep 76 SIZING UP JIMMY CARTER +++
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ISSUE DATE: September 13, 1976; Vol. LXXXVIII, No. 11
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COVER: SIZING UP (Jimmy) CARTER. Special Report.
TOP OF THE WEEK:
SIZING UP THE CANDIDATES:
In this issue, Newsweek presents the first of two comprehensive special reports on the Democratic and Republican candidatesfor President. This supplement to the magazine's regular campaign coverage begins with a 22-page close-up of JimmyCarter--his roots, his record and his design for the Presidency. It will be followed in several weeks by a comparable appraisalof President Ford's two years in the White House and his goals for a full term in the Oval Office.
The Carter report attempts to fill in what many Americans perceive as blanks in their understanding of him. Carter has cometo within a smile of the White House with a briefer record in public life than any major party candidate since Wendell Willkiein 1940. He remains a stranger to millions of voters. While his autobiography 'Why Not the Best?" is available, there is no full-scale, closely reported account of Carter from his beginnings through his nomination to his concept of the Presidency. Yet therecent history of the White House suggests that detailed scrutiny of a candidate's character as well as his policies has becomeindispensable to the conscientious voter.
A dozen reporters worked on the Carter project over a period of two months. Eleanor Cliff, who has been covering Carter'scampaign all year, played a central role in profiling his personality and his Presidential quest. Joseph B. Cumming Jr., Vein E.
Smith and Andrew Jaffe reconstructed his life in Plains--an assignment that led to sources, black and white, who had neverbeen tapped before. More fresh contacts were made by Tony Fuller, picking up the story with Carter's Navy years, and ElaineShannon, who examined his controversial life in Georgia politics. Other contributions were made by Barbara Burke in NewYork and Stephan Lesher and other members of the Washington bureau.
With their files and a shelf of Carteriana (including a history of his home county and a collection of his gubernatorialspeeches), Senior Editor Peter Goldman wrote this special report. Staff photographer Susan T. McElhinney snapped a familyalbum of the Carters in Plains, and Louise Eichelberger supervised the search for other pictures. Associate Art Director PeterBlank designed the pages. (Newsweek cover photo by Bill Ray.).
NEWS HIGHLIGHTS: The national and international news of the day, INCLUDING: The Burton Island Icebreaker. To The Summit -- or the Brink? Mideast War of Nerves. Notting Hill Calypso Festival. PLUS MORE National and International news, and OTHER ITEMS OF NOTE:
My Turn: Jeffrey C. Davis.
SCIENCE: Harold McCluskey is overexposed at the Hanford Plutonium Finishing Plant. Har Gobind Khorana and the Gene Machine.
BUSINESS: How Workers are Stacking up. Bloomindale's heads South. Rolling Back prices on Steel.
NEWS MEDIA: Reorienting the Wall Street Journal.
Now Playing at Canterbury, by Vance Bourjaily.
The Curse: A cultural history of Menstruation, by Delaney, Lupton and Toth.
LIFE/STYLE: Climbing Family Trees.
ENTERTAINMENT: Private Screening Rooms.
MOVIES: ERB-MAN. Hero movie stars Clint Eastwood, Burt Reynolds and Charles Bronson.
RELIGION: Defiant Bishop Marcel Lefebvre.
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