Interview with D.W. Brooks, Part 2, February 25, 1986

Collection: D. W. Brooks Oral History Collection

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Harold H. Martin interviews D.W. Brooks. Topcis include the beef crisis and Gerald Ford, Brooks' relationship with Jimmy Carter (as a peanut farmer and as Governor of Georgia), the decision to build the World Congress Center in Atlanta, Carter’s decision to run for president and Brooks’ opinion on his chances, Carter bringing the general conference of the Methodist Church to Atlanta, the beginning of Carter’s recognition around the country, Brooks’ assistance with Carter’s presidential campaign, Carter in his first two years as president, OPEC, the Panama Canal, Carter’s choice to enforce an embargo on Russia, and Brooks’ opinion on this decision.

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1987-02-25

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RBRL013DWBOH-12B

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D. W. Brooks and Harold H. Martin, “Interview with D.W. Brooks, Part 2, February 25, 1986,” UGA Special Collections Libraries Oral Histories, accessed August 11, 2022, https://georgiaoralhistory.libs.uga.edu/RBRL013DWBOH/RBRL013DWBOH-12B.