Nation: He Can Catch Fire

A rested Jimmy Carter pursues new campaigns

The son of Georgia had renewed his tan in Georgia's sun. His ten-day vacation on isolated Sapelo Island had been so relaxing that he wants to make it a regular refreshment stand. His jogs along the Atlantic had tightened a stomach already impressively taut for a man of 54. He had even cultivated a new hair style by shifting his part from right to left. And, as Jimmy Carter returned to the White House last week, he was in an upbeat mood, telling intimates that the nation's political climate was finally turning in his favor....

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