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  1. The Nobel Peace Prize Lecture by Jimmy Carter, 2002-12-23
  2. Always a Reckoning and Other Poems by Jimmy Carter, 1994-11-22
  3. The Personal Beliefs of Jimmy Carter: Winner of the 2002 Nobel Peace Prize by Jimmy Carter, 2002-12-03
  4. Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter: The Georgia Years, 1924-1974 by E. Stanly GodboldJr., 2010-11-07
  5. Prophet from Plains: Jimmy Carter and His Legacy by Frye Gaillard, 2009-03-01
  6. 'What the Heck Are You Up To, Mr. President?': Jimmy Carter, America's 'Malaise,' and the Speech That Should Have Changed the Country by Kevin Mattson, 2010-08-03
  7. 'What the Heck Are You Up To, Mr. President?': Jimmy Carter, America's 'Malaise,' and the Speech That Should Have Changed the Country by Kevin Mattson, 2010-08-03
  8. The Little Baby Snoogle-Fleejer by Jimmy Carter, 1995-11-21
  9. WHY NOT THE BEST? by Jimmy. Carter, 1977
  10. Jimmy Carter and His Family Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney, 1993-04-15
  11. The Real Jimmy Carter: How Our Worst Ex-President Undermines American Foreign Policy, Coddles Dictators and Created the Party of Clinton and Kerry by Steven F. Hayward, 2004-05-25
  12. Kennedy vs. Carter: The 1980 Battle for the Democratic Party's Soul by Timothy Stanley, 2010-03-02
  13. Sources of Strength: Meditations on Scripture for a Living Faith by Jimmy Carter, 1999-10-01
  14. Jimmy Carter: The American Presidents Series: The 39th President, 1977-81 by Julian E. Zelizer, Arthur M., Jr. Schlesinger, et all 2010-09-10

21. Biography Of Jimmy Carter
Short biography from the official White House site.Category Society History Presidents carter, James Earl......Biography of jimmy carter, the thirtyninth President of the United States (1977-1981). Home History Tours Past Presidents jimmy carter. jimmy carter.
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Jimmy Carter Jimmy Carter aspired to make Government "competent and compassionate," responsive to the American people and their expectations. His achievements were notable, but in an era of rising energy costs, mounting inflation, and continuing tensions, it was impossible for his administration to meet these high expectations. Carter, who has rarely used his full nameJames Earl Carter, Jr.was born October 1, 1924, in Plains, Georgia. Peanut farming, talk of politics, and devotion to the Baptist faith were mainstays of his upbringing. Upon graduation in 1946 from the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, Carter married Rosalynn Smith. The Carters have three sons, John William (Jack), James Earl III (Chip), Donnel Jeffrey (Jeff), and a daughter, Amy Lynn. After seven years' service as a naval officer, Carter returned to Plains. In 1962 he entered state politics, and eight years later he was elected Governor of Georgia. Among the new young southern governors, he attracted attention by emphasizing ecology, efficiency in government, and the removal of racial barriers.

22. Jimmy Carter Library And Museum
Find a biographical factsheet dedicated to the 39th president. Lists the members of his cabinet and relays links to further resources. Complete biography powered by World Book Online. jimmy carter from the jimmy carter Presidential Library
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  • Special Performance Songs by Harmony: Atlanta's International Youth Chorus, Sunday, March 30, 2003 at 3:00 pm - The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum is honored to present a special musical program, songs by Harmony: Atlanta's International Youth Chorus, directed by Joyce Ketchie Carr. Special Book Event - Join Raymond D. Strother for remarks and a booksigning of his book, "Falling Up: How a Redneck Helped Invent Political Consulting". Wednesday, April 2, 2003 at 6:00 pm. For more information see "Exhibits & Events"

23. Books Written By President And Mrs. Carter
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  • Carter, Jimmy. Always a Reckoning: and other poems . New York: Times Books. 1995. First collection of poetry by former President Carter. Reflect memories of his childhood, family and political life. Illustrated by his granddaughter. Carter, Jimmy. The Blood of Abraham: insights into the Middle East . Boston: Houghton Mifflin. 1985. President Carter tells the history of all the countries that are collectively known as the Middle East. He writes about the goals and the concerns of the people who share the blood of Abraham. Carter, Jimmy. The Blood of Abraham: insights into the Middle East . New edition. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press. 1993. This new edition has an extended chronology and afterward. Corrections have been made where needed and the chapter, "The Future", has been slightly updated. Carter, Jimmy. Christmas in Plains: memories A portrait of Carter's family annual Christmas celebration in Plains, Georgia from his boyhood days to the present. Illustrated by Amy Carter. Carter, Jimmy.

24. New Book Of Knowledge: Jimmy Carter
An encyclopedic biography written for 38 grade students. Includes fact file and inaugural address.

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When we think of Abraham LINCOLN , we see him as a poor boy of the frontier, studying by candlelight, working in a country store, splitting logs, striving to make something of himself. We may wonder at his ability to travel from a log cabin to the White House. His story has helped form the American dreamthat a person coming from a modest background can attain spectacular success. James Earl (Jimmy) Carter, Jr., achieved that dream. His roots were in the southwestern part of Georgia, where members of his family had struggled to make a living for 150 years. He was the first Carter to finish high school. From such beginnings he went on to become PRESIDENT of the United States. Early Years Carter was born in the little town of Plains, Georgia (population about 650), on October 1, 1924. He was the first child of James Earl Carter and Lillian Gordy Carter. Later two daughters, Gloria and Ruth, and another son, William, were born to the Carters. The elder Carter was the manager of a grocery store. In time he was able to acquire some farmland of his own in Archery, just outside Plains. When Jimmy was not going to school, he was working on the farm. He sold peanuts as a sideline and saved the money he earned. Of his childhood, Carter later said: "In general, the early years of my life on the farm were full and enjoyable, isolated but not lonely. We always had enough to eat ... but no money to waste."

25. MSN Learning & Research - Carter, Jimmy
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26. Jimmy Carter
jimmy carter. Trenteneuvième président des États-Unis d'Amérique (1977 - 1981), guidé par sa foi dans les valeurs
Jimmy Carter Trente-neuvième président des États-Unis d'Amérique (1977 - 1981), guidé par sa foi dans les valeurs chrétiennes et démocratiques, tenta sans grand succès de mener une politique sociale à l'intérieur, et en faveur de la paix et des droits de l'Homme à l'extérieur.
Élu gouverneur de Géorgie (1970 - 1975), il attira l'attention du pays en abordant les problèmes écologiques, l'efficacité du gouvernement et l'abolition des barrières raciales.
Carter annonça sa candidature pour la présidence des États-Unis en 1974, et commença une longue campagne électorale qui dura près de deux ans. Il fut nommé candidat démocrate en 1976, l'emportant ainsi sur son adversaire, Gérald R Ford , le devançant de 56 voies.
Rarement appelé de son nom en entier, James Earl Carter Junior voulait rendre le gouvernement compétent et attentionné, responsable du peuple américain et, surtout, de leurs attentes. Ce fut malheureusement une grave déception car à son départ de la présidence, le taux de chômage et d'inflation avait largement augmenté.
Malgré ses oppositions avec le Congrès, Carter réussit quand même à faire signer en 1979, le traîté ce Panama, et en 1977, celui de Camp David, annonçant officiellement la paix entre l'Égypte et l'Israël.

27. Plains, Georgia - Home Of The 39th President Of The United States
Home of the 39th President of the United States jimmy carter. Official homepage of Plains.
Sorry, your browser doesn't support Java(tm). 2002 RECIPE CONTEST In 1975 when Jimmy Carter began his race for the Presidency, national attention was focused on this small southern town. Plains, population 653, was a beehive of activities with press and tourists in the thousands crowding the streets Dateline: November 5, 1976, Daybreak Plains, Georgia "Excitement at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Election Headquarters in the old Seaboard Railroad Depot is at a high fever. This tiny town is packed with thousands of people who have been up all night celebrating Mr. Carter's win. Fires burn in metal drums along the street, three bands have played during the night and a huge television screen mounted on a building across from the depot has continuously flashed the election returns. It is impossible to drive in Plains; only residents that know back roads can get in or out of town Pandemonium breaks out anew as a motorcade from Atlanta arrives carrying Jimmy Carter, the first person to be elected President from the Deep South since the Civil War. As the sun rises over the horizon, President-elect Jimmy Carter addresses this tremendous crowd of supporters from the Railroad Depot as their upturned faces shine with enthusiasm, warmth, and pride." Today, Plains is, once again, a quiet, peaceful small town(population

28. Character Above All: James Carter Essay
Essay provides a brief look at the circumstances and events that molded the president's character.Category Society History Presidents carter, James Earl......jimmy carter. Excerpted from an essay by Hendrick Hertzberg jimmycarter is a saint. Now, by saying that, I don't mean to assert
Excerpted from an essay by Hendrick Hertzberg Jimmy Carter is a saint. Now, by saying that, I don't mean to assert that Jimmy Carter is perfect, or that he is a total stranger to base motives, or that he is one of the elite of God's electthough for all I know that third item, at least, may well be true. Nor am I referring strictly to Mr. Carter's post-presidential career. It is now the conventional wisdom to say that Mr. Carter is a far better ex-President than he was a President. And in this instance the conventional wisdom has got it right. No historian would place Carter among the three or four greatest presidents of our history, and not even his most fervent admirers would place him in the top ten. But as an ex-President, he has only a tiny handful of rivals..... Carter put his post-presidential ambitions this way in the opening sentence of his farewell address from the Oval Office . He said (and I should note that while I may have typed this line, Mr. Carter, by virtue of his character, was its true author), "In a few days I will lay down my official duties in this office, to take up once more the only title in our democracy superior to that of President, the title of citizen." In the fourteen years he has held that title, he has brought honor to it. He hasn't just talked about housing the homeless, he has built houses for them with his own hands and has inspired and organized others to do likewise. He hasn't just talked about comforting the afflicted, he has mounted a little known program through the

29. Internet Public Library: POTUS
(197981). Notable Events Internet Biographies jimmy carter from ThePresidents of the United States of America Compiled by the White House.
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James Earl Carter, Jr.
39th President of the United States
(January 20, 1977 to January 20, 1981) Nickname: "Jimmy" Born: October 1, 1924, in Plains, Georgia
Father: James Earl Carter
Mother: Lillian Gordy Carter
Married: Eleanor Rosalynn Smith (1928- ) , on July 7, 1946
Children: John William "Jack" Carter (1947- ); James Earl "Chip" Carter III (1950- ); Donnel Jeffrey "Jeff" Carter (1952-); Amy Lynn Carter (1967- ) Religion: Baptist Education: Graduated from U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. (1946)

30. National Grandparents Day Home Page
President jimmy carter, in 1978, proclaimed that National Grandparents Day would be celebrated every year on the first Sunday after Labor Day.
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the cause of lonely elderly in nursing homes. She also hoped to persuade grandchildren to tap the wisdom and heritage their grandparents could provide. President Jimmy Carter, in 1978, proclaimed that National Grandparents Day would be celebrated every year on the first Sunday after Labor Day. National Grandparents of the Year 2002: Rev. and Mrs. Billy Graham

31. BBC News | SOUTH ASIA | Carter Cancels Bangladesh Visit
Former US President, jimmy carter, calls off plans to take part in monitoring the general election in Bangladesh because of the terror strikes.
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The former US President, Jimmy Carter, has called off plans to take part in monitoring the general election in Bangladesh, because of the attacks on New York and Washington. He had hoped to lead a team of 30 observers from the Carter Centre in Atlanta and the National Democratic Institute in Washington for the polls on October the first. Nearly 200 foreign observers are still expected to monitor the elections, according to the United Nations. About 100 people have been killed and thousands injured in Bangladesh since July when a caretaker government took power in the pre-election period. From the newsroom of the BBC World Service Top South Asia stories now:
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Pentagon team to examine bomb error Bangladesh floods maroon thousands Sri Lanka truce violations recorded ... England crash to defeat Links to more South Asia stories are at the foot of the page.
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32. Carter, Jimmy. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
2001. carter, jimmy. 7. jimmy carter married Rosalynn Smith in 1953; they havefour children. During his term of office carter published Why Not the Best?
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33. Former Surgeon General: Big Tobacco Attacked Efforts To Safeguard Public
The tobacco industry refused to cooperate with government efforts to reduce deaths and disease caused by smoking, the surgeon general under former President jimmy carter testified.
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    MIAMI - The tobacco industry refused to cooperate with government efforts to reduce deaths and disease caused by smoking, the surgeon general under former President Jimmy Carter testified Wednesday.
    Dr. Julius Richmond, under whose supervision the 15th anniversary edition of the surgeon general's report on smoking was produced in 1979, took the stand in the first class-action lawsuit by smokers ever to go to trial.
    The nation's five biggest cigarette companies and three industry trade groups are being sued for $200 billion in a class-action brought on behalf of 500,000 sick Florida smokers.
    Though tobacco companies pledged in a 1954 advertisement that ran in national publications that they would cooperate "with those who work to safeguard the public health," Richmond said his experience was the opposite.
    "They were constantly publicly attacking what we were doing and particularly that (1979) report," said Richmond, professor emeritus at Harvard University and a board-certified pediatrician.
  • 34. Camp David Accords -- Framework For Peace
    A survey of the 1978 Camp David Accords between Egypt and Israel, with sections Prelude, Preparations, Negotiations, and Legacy; from the jimmy carter Presidential Library.
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    35. USA: Biography Of James Earl Carter (1924-)
    jimmy carter was born James Earl carter, son of a farmer, on October 1st 1924 inPlains, Georgia. The proces was one of the biggest victories of jimmy carter.
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    Quote Jimmy Carter was born James Earl Carter, son of a farmer, on October 1st 1924 in Plains, Georgia. After joining the Marine from 1946 until 1953, he returned to his family and continued helping out on the farm. After being a member for some time of the Democratic Party he was chosen Senate of Georgia in 1962. Nine years later he became gouvernor for a period of four years (1971-1974). Up to then he was not really well-known, but when he wanted to run for President in 1976, he organized a brilliant campaign to let the Americans know who he was. His opponent was Gerald Ford . Ford was a very unfortunate President who had to clean up the Watergate-mess which Richard Nixon had left behind. After Ford's administration the American people still did not feel secure and because Carter emphasized the moral aspects of politics and because he was very confident and enthusiastic, it was no surprise the American people chose him in 1976. The American economy was in a deep recession when Carter was inaugurated in January 1977 and on May 22nd of the same year Carter held his so-called Malaise-speech. In fact he was just showing the Americans where they stood in the world and at that moment they were not to be envied. Carter complained of "a crisis of confidence" which had struck "at the very heart and soul of our national will." The Americans did not like this kind of representation of their country but this was only the beginnning. In chronological order the most important events of Carter's administration will be summed up next:

    36. Carter Center
    Former President and Nobel Prize winner jimmy carter surveys tobacco history, and concludes that the tobacco industry cannot be trusted.

    37. Jimmy Carter Jr. Winner Of The 2002 Nobel Prize In Peace
    jimmy carter Jr., the 2002 Nobel Peace Laureate, at the Nobel Prize InternetArchive. jimmy carter JR. 2002 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate
    Nobel Peace Prize Laureate
      for his decades of untiring effort to find peaceful solutions to international conflicts, to advance democracy and human rights, and to promote economic and social development
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    38. The Journey Film
    Document the four years director Eric Saperston, his dog, and his crew spent traveling across the United States in a bus, conducting interviews with people such as President jimmy carter and actor and director Henry Winkler.

    39. Carter, Jimmy (*1924), 39.Präsident Der USA (1977-1981)
    Translate this page Go BackBack. carter, jimmy (*1924), 39.Präsident der USA (1977-1981). Er wurdeam 1.Oktober 1924 als James Earl carter in Plains (Georgia, USA) geboren.
    Back Carter, Jimmy Er wurde am 1.Oktober 1924 als James Earl Carter in Plains (Georgia, USA) geboren. Gerald R.Ford Ronald Reagan und George Bush [Oben]

    40. CNN - Navy To Name Submarine After Former President Jimmy Carter - April 8, 1998
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    The USS Jimmy Carter will be the third and last of the Seawolf class of attack submarines. April 8, 1998 Web posted at: 5:01 a.m. EDT (0901 GMT) From CNN Military Affairs Correspondent Jamie McIntyre WASHINGTON (CNN) CNN has learned the U.S. Navy will name the third and final submarine of the Seawolf class the "USS Jimmy Carter", after the 39th President of the United States. Pentagon sources tell CNN the decision to name the submarine for Carter will be announced by Navy Secretary John Dalton at the Pentagon Wednesday. Carter was a 1946 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, and served as an officer aboard some of the first nuclear submarines. He served in both the Atlantic and Pacific fleets, and was the only president to qualify as a submariner. Carter served one term as President and Commander-in-Chief of the military from 1977 to 1981. The Seawolf class of submarines is the newest, fastest submarine in the U.S. fleet. The Navy originally planned to build 32 of the attack subs, but reduced the total to three after the end of the Cold War. The Navy is now building a new, cheaper attack submarine.

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