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Introduction When Carter entered presidency he was faced with many problems within his first two months until the very end of his presidency The main preoblems I wish to focus on are as follows The rise of unemployment The increase of inflation and the energy crisis All of these problems were very difficult to handle because each of them were linked in one way or another to each other The way Mr Carter handled these things were indeed the reason he was beaten out of office in 1980 by Reagan and Bush Many of the domestic problems were ignored by Carter at first because a focus on foreign affairs was being established Within a short period of time people were complaining that he was too heavily occupied with foreign affairs They claimed that he was neglecting the increasingly seriou domestic problems particularly unemployment inflation and energy although there were other economic problems at the time as well The Reasons for the Economys Condition There were several reasons for the economys situation As I stated earlier all three of these problems are linked One influencing both of the others and vice versa It was almost as though one small economic flaw created a much larger problem in many other areas We could say that the recession of 1972 was the main cause because that was a period of time in which the nation never really recovered from up to Carters presidential term When Carter entered office he entered it while the nation was on a downslide This resulted in somewhat of a snowball effect and happened more rapidly because Carter had not had plans of solving individual problems upon entering his presidency The snowball effect happened as the unemployment went up This caused lack of
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