Leadership Style Of Jimmy Carter Analytical Essay by The Research Group

Leadership Style Of Jimmy Carter
Argues that leadership style of Jimmy Carter was based on deep-seated beliefs & religious training & inclinations. Notes origins of his style, & that while it was quite clear & predictable it was denigrated in years during & after his administration.
# 17631 | 1,125 words | 2 sources | 1988 | US
Published on Feb 23, 2003 in History (U.S. Presidency) , Political Science (U.S.)


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"President Jimmy Carter demonstrated a leadership style in office that was based on a deep-seated personal belief system related to religious training and inclination. The style shown by Carter, however, has not been treated kindly in subsequent political discourse. Carter is denigrated for his style, for his preacher-like attempts to lecture the public about malaise and ways to overcome it, and similar actions. Hargrove (1988) examines how President Carter formed his political style and the roots of that style in his background and political life. He notes at the outset that observers believed Carter's style was clear and that it was predictable over time, and Hargrove relates this fact to the elements he sees as essential to any political style.

Hargrove first notes that there are three components to a (...)"

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