Nation: Carter's Swift Revival

His summit triumph brings him

It was a born-again presidency for Jimmy Carter. After months of discouraging setbacks, a steady decline in the polls and increasingly open disdain from members of his own party, the President was exuberantly on the move, roving from New Jersey to the Carolinas to the Middle West. Everywhere he went, crowds turned out and cheered him for his historic success at the Middle East summit talks at Camp David, and those ringing cheers were backed up by new polls that showed him making dramatic gains in the...

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