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Jimmy Carter

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Jimmy Carter served as the 39th president of the US from 1977 to 1981. He was best known for the Carter Doctrine, which extended US protection over the Persian Gulf. It was proclaimed in January 1980.
Yes and she is still married to him.
what happened to jimmy carter? Well some people say he got in a car accident and other's say from old age i say that he died from old age. thnx:) bye
JIMMY BENNETT'S FULL NAME IS : James Michael bennett
Rosalynn Philias Is A beautiful smart girl has plenty of friends and did i mention she's pretty
Yes. Jimmy Carter and Barack Obama are eighth cousins twice  removed. They share William Terrell and Susannah Waters as common  ancestors. Jimmy Carter is a descendent of their son Joel Terrell  and Barack Obama is a descendent of their daughter Anne Terrell.
Maybe because he had some kind of surgery or First Lady did.
sweep mop wash dishes make his bed out of hay
inexperience in dealing with congress 8==>novanetter
  he won a nomination on one ballotCarter succeeded Gerald Ford as president partly due to the public opinion that Ford should not have pardoned Nixon, and that the pardon was part of some 'secret deal' between Nixon and Ford. During his presidential campaign, Carter also gave the public...
Jimmy Carter belongs to the Democratic Party.
His favorite President was Harry Truman.
As of 1976, Gerald Ford was the current and 38th President.
President Carter was associated with the high interest rates=== up to 14%.
He won the same way the other Presidents won the election. The  person in the election who gets the most votes wins.
DAN AYKROYD (save some oodles for me)
No one; Carter never ran as a vice presidential candidate.
Jimmy Carter served as governor of Georgia from 1971 to 1975,
He was 52 years old in 1976 when he was elected President. He was39 when he won his office as a state senator and 46 when he waselected governor.
Jimmy Carter was the 39th president of the United States. He became  the president because he wanted to make the government competent  and compassionate for the citizens.
  he is alive and well and involved in humanity projects.
4 years, one full four-year term. Jimmy Carter was President of the United States from January 20,1977 to January 20, 1981, a total of four (4) years.
  During WWII he was a Midshipman and student at the US Naval Academy.
He helped with the solar panels
he was soft on communism
helped negotiate the camp david accords between Israel and Egypt in 1981.
They were rewarded with a parade and they spent a few days in the hospital and they got lifetime passes to any minor league and Major League Baseball games. And they were also rewarded by the servicemen.
some of her accomplishments included cuming on the floor shiting out of her mouth spitting on the floor with peeing
Three presidents of the US have visited Ghana up till this year 2010 and they are;1.Bill Clinton 2.George Walker Bush and 3.Barack Hussan Obama.
someone that drives a wagon in the colonial times and takes aroud wood,coal.and other goods
Rebecca Fuller Carter was A pioneer woman, hers was the first permanent white family to settle in Cleveland, Ohio. She saw Cleveland grow from 7 people in a wilderness to 500 people in 1825 before the opening of the Ohio Canal. Her home was the center of community activity -- a trading post, school,...
At the end of the 1979-1981 hostage crisis the Shah of Iran was  dead. He died of Waldenström's macroglobulinemia (a type of  non-Hodgkin lymphoma) on 27 July 1980, aged 60.
It will be August 2, 2010
Imposed a "windfall profits tax" on oil companies which did nothing to increase supply but was a "windfall" for the govenment.
Dr Cynthia Carter is a Senior Lecturer in the Cardiff School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies, Cardiff University.She has published widely, with particular research interests in children and news, feminist media studies, journalism and safety issues, and violence and the media. Her books...
President Carter signed a treaty with Panama in 1977 giving control of the Panama Canal back to Panama in 1999
He took the oath of office on January 20, 1977; and held office until January 20, 1981 when Ronald Reagan replaced him.
  you should go to the police station and ask for his name address and tell them that you are his child . cause they have a record of every one
he does not have residency
that's a very good question because i do not know
one of the bills he signed was for Energy Security
Divorced in 1968 from his 1st wife. Has 9 kids by her. Married his 2nd wife Jan in 1982.
yes his daughter Amy had a Siamese cat
He was governor of Georgia and served in the capital at Atlanta, which is also the location of the international headquarters of the Coca-Cola Company.
Ellis Arnall, he was the 69th governor of Georgia and lowered the age from 21 to 18. 
i am sorry to tell u that jimmy carter is gay..:: how lame are you to call someone else gay?? yes His father, James Sr., passed away at the age of 58, his mother, Lillian, passed away at the age of 85, his sisters, Gloria and Ruth, passed away at the ages of 63 and 54 respectively, and his brother,...
His name is William
He didn't. He's still alive and quite active as of April 2017.
Upon the death of his father, James Earl Carter, Sr., in July 1953, Lieutenant Carter immediately resigned his commission, and he was discharged from the Navy on October 9, 1953.
Carter was in office from January 20, 1977 until January 20, 1981. He was elected in November of 1976.
nothing at all but they were both presidents !
Carter went to the public schools of Plains, Georgia through high school. After high school, he went to the US Naval Academy at Annapolis where he graduated.
Amy is Jimmy Carter's only daughter.
There are a number of stated reasons. One is that he was justconsidered totally ineffectual. He really didn't accomplishanything. Some say it was because he was the first "Process President." AProcess President is one who puts more emphasis on how things aredone than what is actually accomplished. ...
no he is not he died in 2000
Jimmy Tried to appoint Billy to the Supreme Court but there was no vacancy.
Jimmy Carter played basketball at Plains Highscool and was a star player
No, they treaty of Paris was signed almost 200 years earlier. The treaty that established the Panama Canal Zone and allowed fot the construction of the Panama Canal by the U.S. was the Hay-Bunau-Varilla Treaty.
A treaty that normalize relations between Egypt and Israel
The Watergate scandal in general and the fact that Gerald Ford was appointed vice-president by Richard Nixon and later gave Nixon a blanket pardon for any crimes he may have committed as President, probably helped Carter win in 1976.
His wife is Eleanor Rosalynn Carter, and their children were Jack, Chip, Jeff and Amy.
Yes she is and Wonder Women still looks great! She continues to play parts in movies as recently as four years ago.
he created the department of energy
We gained the trade of many nations by using waterway in Panama. American Merchants and manufactures could now ship goods to South America and Asia cheaply. U.S controlled over 5 miles on either side...