Carter, Jimmy, 1924-


"Jimmy Carter, the only Georgian elected president of the United States, held the office for one term, 1977-81. His previous public service included a stint in the U.S. Navy, two senate terms in the Georgia General Assembly, and one term as governor of Georgia (1971-75). After being defeated in the presidential election of 1980, he founded the Carter Center, a nonpartisan public policy center in Atlanta."--"Jimmy Carter (b. 1924)," New Georgia Encyclopedia. Retrieved October 1, 2007:

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