3rd Ford-Carter Presidential Debate

3rd and final Presidential Debate with President Gerald R. Ford and Governor Jimmy Carter which was held at the Phi Beta Kappa Memorial Hall, College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, VA

2nd Ford-Carter Presidential Debate

2nd Presidential Debate with President Gerald R. Ford and Governor Jimmy Carter during the 1976 Campaign held at the Palace of Fine Arts Theatre in San Francisco, CA

Republican National Convention Presidential Nomination Acceptance Speech

President Gerald R. Ford appeared on the grand stage of the 1976 Republican National Convention to graciously accept the GOP nomination for President in Kansas City, Missouri pledging to win the campaign “with pride, with gratitude, and with a total will to win a great victory for the American people”

Address to the Nation on Energy Problems

President Ford believed that by 1985, the U.S. would be importing over half of the oil needed for its economy, putting the U.S. at greater risk of an oil embargo, loss of American jobs and increase in exporting of U.S. dollars

Press Conference on Vietnam

President Ford fielded question after question on Vietnam including those on a congressional inquiry as to the secret planning of the United States’ initial reasons for going to War in Vietnam, his thoughts on the sacrifices veterans endured in Vietnam and the evacuation of both Americans and South Vietnamese

Address at a Tulane University Convocation

President Gerald R. Ford spoke of the post-Vietnam War America which needed to not look back but move forward to better their country and that “the true source of American power, was the people’s belief in America”

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