Jimmy Carter

39th President of the United States

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Thirty-ninth President of the United States, well known for his work worldwide promoting peace, human rights, and free and fair elections; founder of the Carter Center; Winner of the 2002 Nobel Peace Prize and author of many books, including, Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid and, most recently, A Call to Action: Women, Religion, Violence and Power; former two-term Georgia State Senator, naval officer, and peanut farmer

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Since leaving the White House in 1981, former President Jimmy Carter has written 28 books and won the Nobel Peace Prize for working to solve international conflicts.

Jimmy Carter's Fight for Women's Rights

Since leaving the White House in 1981, former President Jimmy Carter has written 28 books and won the Nobel Peace Prize for working to solve international conflicts.

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As President,  Jimmy Carter  brought Israel together with Egypt in 1978.  In 2002,  he won the Nobel Peace Prize , in part for  his work in the Middle East .  But his latest book has…

Jimmy Carter Draws Heat over Israel-Palestine Book

As President, Jimmy Carter brought Israel together with Egypt in 1978.  In 2002, he won the Nobel Peace Prize , in part for his work in the Middle East .  But his latest book has…

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