Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter
- 38th U.S. President
- Neither elected as President nor Vice- President
- Pardoned Nixon and all Vietnam draft dodgers
- Straight forward President "restored the Nation's faith in gov't"
- Continued detente
- 39th President from 1976-1980
- Most famous for his dealings with the Arab Israeli conflict
- Hosted the Camp David Accords in 1979
- Was a strong supporter of detente and oversaw the SALT II talks
Summary: As the US transitioned through presidents, they saw the introduction of President Gerald Ford. It was Ford who reinstated the nations faith in the government and continued the policy of Detente.
Then President Jimmy Carter was elected in 1976. It was Carter who became famous for dealing with the Arab Israeli conflict.
Quote: "A government big enough to give you everything you want is a government big enough to take from you everything you have."
Subjunctive Question: If there was a democratize vote, would Gerald Ford still been president?