Ambassador Stuart Eizenstat
Former Domestic Policy Advisor to President Carter & Former US Ambassador the EU

Moderated by

Dr. Norman J. Ornstein
Resident Scholar
American Enterprise Institute

Please join us for an on the record discussion with esteemed diplomat and author Ambassador Stuart E. Eizenstat, on his new book, President Carter: The White House Years. This impressive, well-written book, based upon over 5000 pages of contemporaneous verbatim notes and more than 350 interviews, offers new insights and reflections, both positive and negative, on an ill-understood and underappreciated presidency from the clear-eyed perspective of a candid insider. In this substantial biographical work, Ambassador Eizenstat illuminates the risk-taking spirit of President Carter, whose achievements and commitment to doing what he felt was right and not politically expedient, built a surprising legacy of accomplishments at home and abroad which have far outlived his tenure in office.

We hope you can join us on June 7 for a reception followed by a discussion with the author, which will be moderated by Dr. Norman J. Ornstein, a Resident Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, a contributing editor for the National Journal, a contributing writer for The Atlantic, and a renowned observer of American politics.  We encourage you to come armed with Ambassador Eizenstat's seminal work which you can purchase here or after the event. 

Please click here to register. Please contact Elias Yousif for additional information. Open to the press.