Jimmy Carter

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.

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Did Jimmy Carter study nuclear physics?

Yes, he studied nuclear physics.

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What was Jimmy Carter's salary as president?

Presidential Salary: $200,000/year + $50,000 expense account

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Does Jimmy Piersall have a wife and children?

Divorced in 1968 from his 1st wife. Has 9 kids by her. Married his 2nd wife Jan in 1982.

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Who did Jimmy Carter defeat for the us presidency?

Gerald Ford

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Did Jimmy Carter have a nickname?

Yes, Jimmy Carter had the nickname "The Peanut Farmer"

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What is the political party of Jimmy Carter?

Jimmy Carter belongs to the Democratic Party.

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Who are Jimmy Carter's children?

Jimmy Carter has four children, three sons and a daughter. They are

  • John William (Jack) Carter (July 3, 1947 - )
  • James Earl (Chip) Carter III (April 12, 1950 - )
  • Donnel Jeffrey (Jeff) Carter (August 18, 1952 - )
  • Amy Lynn Carter Wentzel (October 19, 1967- )
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What branch of the armed forces did Jimmy Carter serve?


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Is Jimmy Carter still alive?

Yes, former US President Jimmy Carter is still alive as of his 93rd birthday on October 1, 2017.

Should he or George H.W. Bush remain alive until late 2017, it would establish a new longevity record for ex-Presidents.

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How old is Jimmy Carter?

James "Jimmy" Earl Carter, Jr. is 95 years old. He was born on October 1, 1924.

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Who was jimmy or James early?

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.

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How could you write to Jimmy Carter?

I wish I knew

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Who was the vice president during 1980?

Walter Mondale

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Who is Jimmy Carter?

Jimmy Carter was the 39th President of the US -- from 1977-1981. He was born on October 1, 1924, in Plains, Georgia.

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Was Jimmy Carter's mother Lillian secretary to Kennedy?

Lillian Carter, mother of James Earl "Jimmy" Carter, was secretary to Joseph P. Kennedy (other accounts say she was a maid--I'm betting secretary). At a time when she'd begin to show, she left her job with Mr. Kennedy and went home to Plains, Georgia and gave birth to President Carter October 21, 1924. If you gather photos of the Kennedy brothers and put Jimmy Carter's photo in there with them, you will see a strong family resemblance, especially of the upper eyelids, which slope from the nose downwardly, which is an English Irish inherited feature. I believe that Jimmy Carter is well aware of who his biological father is, and I think he has a strong resentment about the whole thing, and perhaps that is why he's chosen (this week <9/17/10> on CBS' 60 Minutes) to expose his half brother Teddy as having destroyed his attempt to give Americans a national health care system, as a slam against his illegitimate brother. Carter alleges that Kennedy didn't want Carter to have any successes. I was 1st made aware of Jimmy's paternity when an obscure article appeared many years ago in the Wall St. Journal with this claim. I asked my late father-in-law about it and he confirmed the story. It was that dad's family had been working in the Congress for over 100 years as administrative employees. That's my story and I am sticking to it.

One more thought on why it's not an open book: oftentimes (and I know this from people I know who are....) illegitimate children are looked at as unwelcome interlopers by their legitimate siblings. The rejected child (often angry also about rejection by his/her adulterous, philandering father) develop a very strong resentment for this. It could be why Carter went over the edge and made his accusations against brother Teddy Kennedy when one who did not contain great anger might have left the topic alone.

I must say here that according to wikipedia, Lillian Carter married her husband immediately after her graduation. This would let the air out of the above. Frankly I just don't know for sure.

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Jimmy Carter still alive?

He is, at the date of January 15, 2017.

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Who controlled the house and senate during Jimmy Carter?

The Democratic Party.

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Who was Jimmy Carter's Secretary of State?

Cyrus Vance 1977-1980

Edmund Muskie 1980-1981

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Edmund Muskie served from 1980 to 1985. and dies in 1996. Please see Wikipedia

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How did president Jimmy Carter die?

He didn't. He's still alive and quite active.

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Who ran against Jimmy Carter?


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Name the novel written by c.s.forester in 1938?

The novel written by C.S. Forester in 1938 was "Flying Colours."

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Who was the US President after Jimmy Carter?

Ronald Wilson Reagan was the US President after James Earl Carter Jr.

Ronald Reagan was the 40th President of the United States from 1981 January 20 to 1989 January 20.

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When did Jimmy Carter die?

As of March 2012, Jimmy Carter, who was born on October 1, 1924, is still alive and very active.

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Was Jimmy Carter a millionaire before he was president?

He owned a peanut business and had been governor of Georgia but I do not think he had a million.

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President carter's foreign policy was marked by a commitment to?

Human rights


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