Nation: Next: Challenges at Home

A peace pact at hand, but the inflation and energy wars rage on

There is something about the serenity of the place that inspires a spirit of new beginnings. It was at Camp David, in the far reaches of Maryland's Catoctin Mountains, that Jimmy Carter initiated his most stimulating success as President six months ago: his summitry that broke 30 years of bloodshed and stalemate to make possible a peace treaty between Egypt and Israel. Last week Carter returned to the mount to seek a new start on the two persistent and interlaced domestic...

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