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Carter Administration Transition Interviews

These interviews discuss the organization of White House staff during the Jimmy Carter administration.  They also discuss the transition from the Gerald R. Ford administration to the Carter administration and the transition from the Carter administration to the Ronald Reagan administration.

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Courtesy of Carter Presidential Library and Museum, http://www.carterlibrary.gov/Barry Jagoda (1944 - )
Media adviser, Jimmy Carter Presidential Campaign Committee, 1976; Special Assistant to the President for Media and Public Affairs, 1977-79, Carter Administration.

Courtesy of Carter Library and Museum, http://www.carterlibrary.gov/Ray Jenkins (1930 - 2011)
Special Assistant to the President, White House Press Office, 1979-1981, Carter Administration.

Courtesy of Carter Presidential Library and Museum, http://www.carterlibrary.gov/Robert Lipshutz (1921 - 2010)
Treasurer, Jimmy Carter Presidential Campaign Committee, 1975-1976; Counsel to the President, 1977- 1979, Carter Administration.

Courtesy of Carter Presidential Library and Museum, http://www.Carterlibrary.gov/Arnie Miller (1940 - )
Maryland state coordinator, Jimmy Carter Presidential Campaign Committee, 1976; Director of the Presidential Personnel Office, 1978-1981, Carter Administration.

Courtesy of Carter Presidential Library and Museum, http://www.carterlibrary.gov/Gerald Rafshoon (1934 - )
Media Director, Jimmy Carter Presidential Campaign Committee, 1975-1976; Assistant to the President for Communications, 1978-1979, Carter Administration.

Courtesy of Carter Presidential Library and Museum, http://www.carterlibrary.gov/Mark Siegel (1944 - )
New York district chairman, Jimmy Carter Presidential Campaign Committee, 1976; Deputy Assistant to the President for Policy Analysis, 1977-1978, Carter Administration.

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