Sarah Tuttle-Singer – Friday, January 25, 2019
The White House and the Middle East
A Moderated Conversation with Stuart Eizenstat and Douglas Brinkley on Eizenstat’s book President Carter: The White House Years
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Stuart Eizenstat is an American diplomat and attorney, most famously known as Former United States Ambassador to the European Union and Former United States Deputy Secretary of the Treasury. Eizenstat will draw on his unique, firsthand experience working in three presidential administrations to discusss his book President Carter: The White House Years.
Douglas Brinkley, CNN Presidential Historian and Katherine Tsanoff Brown Professor in Humanities at Rice University, will join Eizenstat for an insightful discussion on Eizenstat’s book, which Brinkley calls an “epic biography,” focusing on the Middle East peace process.
Please address questions to Dani Gardner at email@example.com or (713) 771-6221 x630.
This program has been underwritten by a grant from the Wolff-Toomim Education Fund of the Beth Israel Endowment Fund.
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