People: Jul. 21, 1986

The incident involved a presidential tape and former Nixon Counsel and Convicted Watergate Conspirator Chuck Colson. This time, though, the President was Jimmy Carter, the tape was a carpenter's measurer, and the locale was a four-unit apartment building under construction in Chicago. Both men were participating in a project of Habitat for Humanity, a Georgia-based outfit that builds homes for the poor. Carter has done previous Habitat stints in New York City, but this was the first such outing for Colson, now a born- again Christian and founder-head of Prison Fellowship Ministries. He finds the ex-President a "slave driver" who is...

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