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Jimmy Carter

a.k.a. James Earl Carter

Author Code: AJEC

Born: Oct. 1, 1924 - Plains, Georgia, USA

Died: - - -

Carter joined the Marines in 1946 and served until 1953. He returned to work on the family farm in Georgia and joined the Democratic party. He was elected to the Georgia senate in 1962 and, in 1971, became governor of the state. He organized an intelligent campaign in 1976 and became the Democratic candidate for president. Running against Gerald Ford and the stigma of the Nixon era, Carter won the election to become president. During Carter's administration the Panama Canal treaty was signed, energy consumption was reduced, human rights were emphasized, the Camp David accord was reached between Egypt and Israel with Carter acting as the intermediary, the Salt II accord was agreed with Russia limiting nuclear arms (however, it was later abandoned) and lastly, but perhaps most importantly, Iranians seized the Embassy in Tehran and took Americans hostage. A poorly executed attempt by the military to rescue the hostages ended in disaster and helped to seal the coffin on any chances of Carter's re-election. He was defeated by Ronald Reagan in 1980. Since leaving office, Carter has travelled the world on peace missions and human rights issues.

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
AJEC001 Inaugural & Annual Addresses
  Inaugural Address
  State of the Union Address - 1978
  State of the Union Address - 1979
  State of the Union Address - 1980
  State of the Union Address - 1981
1977-1981 82 620k eBook Download PDF - 'Inaugural & Annual Addresses' (AJEC001) Find a printed copy of Inaugural & Annual Addresses by Jimmy Carter at AbeBooks
AJEC002 The Social Security System 1977 4 140k Document Download PDF - 'The Social Security System' (AJEC002)

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