Nearly 40 years since he left office, presidential scholars are still debating Jimmy Carter's legacy. The American people voted him out of office after one term as the country faced skyrocketing inflation and the unending Iran hostage crisis. Yet, since the end of his term, Carter has won the Nobel Peace Prize and become one of the United States' foremost diplomats. Many still consider his presidency a profound failure while others say his many successes are unfairly overlooked. What do you think?
Was Jimmy Carter a good president?
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