Jimmy Carter

39th U.S. president

Former President Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, have remained highly visible in public life since their White House days. In addition to his work for Habitat for Humanity, he has been an author, human rights activist and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. Carter also presides over public affairs events at his presidential library in Atlanta.

CARTER AS PRESIDENT
Run for the White House: The 1976 campaignPlayboy interviewInauguration
Domestic matters: Energy crisisEconomic "stagflation""Malaise" Speech
Foreign policy: Camp David AccordsPanama Canal TreatiesSALT II
International crisis: Afghanistan War1980 Olympic boycottHostages in Iran
Miscellany: "Killer rabbit"Brother BillyReagan's landslideFarewell address

CARTER AFTER THE WHITE HOUSE
Staying busy: Habitat for HumanityBooks written by Jimmy Carter
Carter on human rights: LaudedLoathed &bull 2002 Nobel peace prize lecture
Middle East: Carter: Palestinians treated cruellyVideo: Carter called 'anti-Semite'
American politics: Carter: Obama-Clinton ticket would be the 'worst mistake'

CARTER'S LIGHTER SIDE
In concert: Playing a mean harmonica at Chastain ParkVideo
Travel pictorial: Jimmy Carter slept here, in Plains, Ga.

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