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Describe the greatest foreign policy victory for the carter administration......i know it has something to do with the middle east but i am not quite understanding whats in my textbook.

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  1. The Camp David Accords brought peace between Israel and its main enemies.

    For more details, read the section about Camp David Accords.

    http://millercenter.org/president/carter/essays/biography/5

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