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In A Moment Of Patriotic Selflessness, Gerald Ford Declares During The 1976 Presidential Debate That "There Is No Soviet Domination Of Eastern Europe." This Moment Of Feigned Incompetence Handed Carter The Presidency, But Lured Moscow Into A False Sense Of Complacency Which Ultimately Led To The Fall Of Soviet Communism, Ensconcing The Accidental President Among Such Renowned Chief Executives As Chester A. Arthur, William Henry Harrison and Franklin Pierce.