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Book: Carter Asked Soviets to Stop Reagan, Sway U.S. Elections
Remember the old conservative charge that many of the Democrats here in America were
playing footsie with the Soviets? Some Republicans even said the Russians viewed the
Democrats as their favorite party.
Now bombshell revelations prove these accusations beyond a shadow of a doubt.
Peter Schweizer, a Hoover Institution research fellow, has just written a new book,
"Reagan's War: The Epic Story of His Forty-Year Struggle and Final Triumph Over
This book may well force historians to revise the history of the Cold War.
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Schweizer, after scouring once-classified KGB, East German Stasi and Soviet Communist
Party files, discovered incontrovertible evidence that the Soviets not only played footsie
with high-ranking Democrats, they also worked behind the scenes to influence American
In "Reagan's War," Schweizer shows how the Democrats worked with Moscow to try
to undermine Reagan before and after he became president.
Jimmy Carter's Dirty Tricks
Soviet diplomatic accounts and material from the archives show that in January 1984 former
President Jimmy Carter dropped by Soviet Ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin's residence for a
Carter expressed his concern about and opposition to Reagan's defense buildup. He boldly
told Dobrynin that Moscow would be better off with someone else in the White House. If
Reagan won, he warned, "There would not be a single agreement on arms control,
especially on nuclear arms, as long as Reagan remained in power."
Using the Russians to influence the presidential election was nothing new for Carter.
Schweizer reveals Russian documents that show that in the waning days of the 1980
campaign, the Carter White House dispatched businessman Armand Hammer to the Soviet
Hammer was a longtime Soviet-phile, and he explained to the Soviet ambassador that Carter
was "clearly alarmed" at the prospect of losing to Reagan.
Hammer pleaded with the Russians for help. He asked if the Kremlin could expand Jewish
emigration to bolster Carter's standing in the polls.
'Carter Won't Forget That Service'
"Carter won't forget that service if he is elected," Hammer told Dobrynin.
Carter was not the only Democrat to make clear to the Russians where their loyalty lay. As
the election neared in 1984, Dobrynin recalls meetings with Speaker of the House Thomas P.
O'Neill told Dobrynin that no effort should be spared to prevent "that demagogue
Reagan" from being re-elected.
Soviet documents report that O'Neill told Dobrynin: "If that happens, Reagan will
give vent to his primitive instincts and give us a lot of trouble, probably, put us on the
verge of a major armed conflict. He is a dangerous man."
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