In Steve Paikin's fifth and final post about Jimmy Carter, he focuses on the former president's library in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Kelowna Accord, designed to improve the lives of indigenous Canadians, didn't survive the end of Paul Martin's government in 2006. But the midwives to that agreement are still at it.
All this week, we'll roll out a five-part series on the 39th president of the United States, with whom Steve Paikin recently spent a couple of days with in Plains, Georgia. Today, reconsidering the Carter presidency.
Thirty years ago this month, the old Progressive Conservative Party tossed out as leader a former prime minister, in favour of a man who'd never been elected to anything. It turned out to be a pretty good decision for the party.