Washington Classroom: Gerald Rafshoon

Washington Classroom: Gerald Rafshoon

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Maha Neouchy
October 07, 2013

Gerald Rafshoon, former White House Communications Director for President Jimmy Carter, discussed his work during Carter's presidency. Rafshoon is known as the architect of Jimmy Carter's presidential bid. During the Washington Classroom session with C-SPAN, he provided insight into how Carter won the 1976 presidential election.


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