Jimmy Carter was the 39th President of the US -- from 1977-1981. He
was born on October 1, 1924, in Plains, Georgia.
Obviously, he is!! There is the world's biggest peanut statue in Plains, Georgia to think about Jimmy Carter. Former president Jimmy Carter has a own center Carter Center to help the poor all around the world. He has a presidential library too!
No, not at all.The running joke back then was "Why is everyone so mad at President Carter? He hasn't done anything!". He got into office on the end of a long string of campaign promises, none of which he made the slightest effort to fulfill, including a $50 tax rebate. The moment he was in office, t…
President Carter's response to the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan
was to use all media available to condemn the Soviets' action.
Additionally, he made the decision that the USA would not
participate in the Olympics held in the Soviet Union. Finally, he
began seeking covert channels for sending help …
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As late as January 26, 1976, Carter was the first choice of only 4% of Democratic voters, according to the Gallup Poll. Yet by mid-March 1976 Carter was not only far ahead of the active contend…
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For a start, Jimmy Carter was a southerner & a moderate - in contrast to the Northern-based liberals. Carter was also in favour of cuts to pork barrel spending. His failure to do this did not endear him to many liberals in Congress. Carter also commenced the deregulation of the economy & bro…
He took the oath of office on January 20, 1977; and held office until January 20, 1981 when Ronald Reagan replaced him.
He didn't. He's still alive and quite active as of April 2017.
Jimmy Carter was from the state of Georgia. He was born in Plains, Georgia, on October 1, 1924. He was Georgia's governor from 1971 thru 1974. After retiring as president he had his library built in Atlanta, GA.
he was not re-elected because he went back on his promise to not raise taxes anymore, but he was forced to due to all the deficits during that time.
As of March 2012, Jimmy Carter, who was born on October 1, 1924, is still alive and very active.
No, Jimmy Carter was a Democrat.
He lost the 1980 presidential race to Ronald Reagan.
Chip Carter is an Italian man.
James Earl Carter Jr. (39th US President) is 92 years old (birthdate: October 1, 1924).
Jimmy Carter was born on October 1, 1924.
Of course he is alive!!
The 39th President of the United States was Jimmy Carter from January 20, 1977 to January 20, 1981. His Vice President was Walter Mondale.
Former President Carter pardoned Americans who refused to serve in the military draft. He did not pardon him from impeachment
CLINTON SIGNED UP AND TOOK THE OATH TO SERVE IN THE RESERVES IN COLLEGE.---CLINTON WAS A DESERTER.--TOOK OFF TO ENGLAND,OR CANADA.
They were both liberal Democratic Presidents .
In 1984, Ronald Reagan was
elected with 525 electoral votes, the largest
number ever won by any president ever. This was also the largest
percentage of possible electoral votes ever won. However, the
electoral vote system was changed in 1872, so the number of
electors won by presidents elected prior…
Yes, Jimmy Carter has a wife.
Rosalynn Smith Carter (born August 18, 1927) is Jimmy's wife. They were married July 7, 1946, in Plains.GA and had four children together.
No. This was a rumor that was started after he wrote his book "Israel: Peace, not Apartheid" which heavily criticized the Israeli government and their treatment of the Palestinian people. There have been many rumors and false accusations, including one that he had an entire state of the u…
he educated in public school, attended Georgia Southwestern College institute of Technology,and recieve a bachelor of science degree from the US. naval academy
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being the 39th president
October 1, 1924
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Jimmy Carter won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002, primarily for his work to promote world peace through the Carter Center. The Carter Center, actively guided by President Carter, is a nonpartisan and nonprofit center, which addresses national and international issues of public policy. Carter Center …
He was, depending on what successful means in this context.
There were 50 states, and 50 stars on the flag, when Jimmy Carter became president.
The Vice President who served with Jimmy Carter (1977-1981) is Walter Mondale. He was also the 1984 Democratic Party Presidential Nominee.
Yes, from 1980 to 1981 in the Carter administration. He was heavily involved in the Iran Hostage situation.
The current Earl of Wessex, Prince Edward, is named Edward Antony Richard Louis. The only other Earl of Wessex was simply known as Canute.
He was a lawyer and a farmer.
Jimmy "Thunder" Early is a fictional character in the musical play and film "Dreamgirls," who is largely (though not entirely) based on James Brown. The role was originally played on Broadway by Cleavant Derricks; Eddie Murphy played him in the movie.
no they are in fact not even though jimmy talks about being related on tv
The novel written by C.S. Forester in 1938 was "Flying Colours."
How did Jimmy Carter impact the world
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Carter. He lost to Reagan in the largest electoral landslide in
Bessie Lillian Gordy CarterBorn Aug. 15, 1898Died Oct. 30, 1983was married to James Earl Carter, Sr.Had 4 children: Jimmy, Gloria, Ruth, and Billyearned a nursing degree from Grady Memorial Hospital School of Nursing in 1923died of breast, bone, and pancreatic cancer.Bessie Lillian Gordy Carter, or …
No they're not. Jimmy talks about being Alans brother on tv but they're not related ____yes they are _________
What they can do is called A "pardon" and they do it too, but, they want it to be A hush-hush thing, they don't want people to know when they do it.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt was elected for 4 terms, but only completed 3. He served for more than 12 years.Franklin D. Roosevelt
Walter "Fritz" Mondale from Minnesota was Jimmy Carter's Vice President .
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he attended Georgia Southwestern College and the Georgia Institute of Technology, and received a B.S. degree from the United States Naval Academy in 1946.
Rubin "The Hurricane" Carter has one daughter named Theodora
Jimmy Saville is dead he died in 2011 (age 84)
He was president
Some accomplishments as president:
Panama Canal treaties
Camp David Accords
treaty of peace between Egypt and Israel
the SALT II treaty with the Soviet Union
establishment of U.S. diplomatic relations with the People's Republic of China
comprehensive energy program …
It was Thomas Jefferson for vice president and john Adams for president.
he was the 39th president of the united states; a democrat; and hes a major part of the peace treaty between israel and Egypt, he has appointed many other races to government offices. he made peace between Egypt and Israel.He supported human rights and was against racism. he was caring for the Env…
Cater believed that a fresh approach to foreign affairs would move America beyond the 'big power" rivalries of the Cold War era. What America needed, he thought, was a foreign policy that stressed democracy and human rights- in short the idealism of the United States. Cater went on to emphasized hum…
He still has his house in Plains, Georgia but also has an apartment at the Carter Center in Atlanta where I think he spends most of his time now.
She is still living.
Jimmy Carter served one term as president of the United States.
Some important decisions President Carter made are returning the
Panama Canal to Panama and the creation of two new departments: The
Department of Education and the Department of Energy, among others.
Jimmy Carters greatest accomplishment,was being the 39th president that made a leadership role in the U.S.A
In the 1976 election for president, Jimmy Carter ran against Gerald
Ford. In 1980, Carter ran and lost against Ronald Reagan.
He didn't. He's still alive and quite active.
January 12, 1971
because he was a horrible president
james carter was a peanut farmer along with his father.
He helped build houses in New York for people who could not afford to build houses.(after being president)
George Washington was crucial to the creation of the United States
as an independent nation. He was not only a war general in the
Revolution, but also a statesman and politician, presiding over the
drafting of the Constitution.
July 23, 1953 is when James Earl Carter Sr. died.
- He was a peanut farmer - He was one of 4 US Presidents who never appointed a Supreme Court judge - He was the first US President in 100 years to have come from the Deep South - He was the first US President to sign in with his nickname. James Earl Carter may well have done this to avoid being a…
Jimmy Carter was a good student who received an excellent
education. In addition, he had a strong military career and
actually dealt with a nuclear meltdown. This coupled with running
the family farm prepared him for a political career. He served as
both legislator as well as governor, finally winni…
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Navy man and peanut farmer.
Jimmy Carter was actually a farmer before he became interested in
politics. In college, he was made a Plains FFA Chapter Secretary.
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he was a peanut farmer
Jimmy Carter bailed out the Chrysler Corporation. He also cut pay
raises for the military, and declared that the United States had an
To be president why else
No, he is old but well healty.
President Carter was a naval officer (submarine) before his fathers death in 1953. He returned to Georgia to take care of his fathers farm in Plains (from one of his book's titled "Living Faith"). Written in mid 90's. Good book.
Yes, he was president of the United States from 1977-1981.
President Carter made a speech called 'March on Washington'. He
also made a speech called 'A Crisis of Confidence' in 1979 that was
a scourge on Congress and the American people for butting heads and
not getting things accomplished.
Jimmy Carter was the 39 president from 1977 to 1981, not the 40.
The 40 president of the United States was Ronald Reagan.
Jimmy Carter served one four-year term as US
president, from January 20,1977 until January 20,
Jimmy Carter was president # 39 in the years of 1977- 1981.
Former president Jimmy Carter began high school in 1939. He
graduated in 1941 and went to Georgia Tech. He transferred to the
Naval Academy in 1943.
Jimmy Carter married Eleanor Rosalynn Smith in 1946. They have four
children together. Their names are Amy, Jack, Donnel, and James.