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    Jimmy Carter James Earl “JimmyCarter served as the 39th president of the United States of America from January 20‚ 1977 through to January 20‚ 1981 as a democrat. Carter was born on October 1‚ 1924 at the Wise Sanitarium in Plains‚ Georgia. He was the first president to be born in a hospital‚ and is the eldest of four children. He has Scottish‚ Irish‚ and English roots and had ancestors who fought in the American Revolution and American Civil War. He enjoyed reading and he was also a

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    Jimmy Carter James Earl. Carter was the 39th president of the United States. Jimmy was president from 1977-1981. Jimmy had 297 electoral votes and 40‚827‚394 popular votes. He outran the other top candidate at the time‚ Gerald Ford. Jimmy had 50.1 % of the votes compared to the 48.0% of Gerald Regan. His running mate was Walter Mondale. Jimmy Carter eventually lost the next election of 1981 to Ronald Regan. Jimmy Carter took full advantage of his presidential powers. He used the Chief Legislator

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    Jimmy Carter aspired to make Government "competent and compassionate‚" responsive to the American people and their expectations. His achievements were notable‚ but in an era of rising energy costs‚ mounting inflation‚ and continuing tensions‚ it was impossible for his administration to meet these high expectations.Carter‚ who has rarely used his full name--James Earl Carter‚ Jr.--was born October 1‚ 1924‚ in Plains‚ Georgia. Peanut farming‚ talk of politics‚ and devotion to the Baptist faith were

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    Jimmy Carter Biography

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    Jackson Jimmy Carter Biography United States Presidents Jimmy Carter. By Anne Schraff James Earl Carter‚ Jr. Was born in the small farming town of Plains‚ Georgia‚ on October 1‚ 1924. He is still alive to this day and he it 89 years of age. Jimmy Carter was educated in the public school of Plains‚ attended Georgia Southwestern College and the Georgia

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    Jimmy Carter Done by: Aidin DeBoer Ms.Daoust November 30‚ 2016 Jimmy Carter is the thirty-ninth president of the United States. He was the president before Ronald Reagan and had a big impact on the United States and Soviet war drafters. He was born on October 1‚1924 in Plains‚ Georgia. He has a large family that consists of a wife named Rosaline‚ a brother‚ two sisters‚ a daughter‚ a mother‚ five grandsons‚ three sons‚ five nieces‚ a father‚ two great grandsons‚ six nephews‚ two granddaughters

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    Jimmy Carter was a natural-born leader and hard worker. He served as 39th President of the United States‚ from 1977 to 1981. Carter is still alive today and has 4 children. When Jimmy was just ten he would load his family’s produce onto a wagon and haul it into town to sell it. By the time Carter was 14 he had enough money to buy 5 houses‚ because of the Great Depression the housing market dropped. So he fixed them up and rented them out to families in need. While Jimmy Carter was president he worked

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    farmer‚ warehouse man‚ professor‚ and president are just a few titles James Earl Jr. better known as Jimmy Carter‚ has held over the span of his life. Born October 1‚ 1924‚ in Plains‚ Georgia‚ Jimmy Carter was the first president to be born in a hospital. He was raised in a rural community by his parents James Earl Carter‚ a farmer and businessman‚ and Lillian Gordy Carter‚ a register nurse. Jimmy and his three siblings: Ruth‚ Gloria‚ and Billy grew up during the depression on their peanut farm in

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    Hardball by Chris Matthews: Quotes Hardball by Chris Matthews is an interpretation of what many know as “hard-politics”. The book describes the skill of playing the game in Washington and how to be successful at it. The book is a guide that teaches a series of maxims that would be in favor of politicians to learn in order to be successful. The different tactics provided in the book hold a lot of knowledge that would make the life of anyone following these strategies much easier when trying to

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    Jimmy Carter and the Energy Crisis of the 1970’s In the speech that President Jimmy Carter preached he regarded plenty of important things‚ but one of the main ones was the issue with the energy. 0n his speech he says that one thing he has been asking himself is “why hasn’t the nation been able to resolve the serious energy problem?” (109) The whole nation is responsible for this issue and just like the President addressed saying that” it wasn’t only the gasoline lines or energy shortages‚ deeper

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    Carter began to run for presidency after the democratic national convention in 1972. His chief motto was to tell the people the truth and give them the best. He believed that why hide it from the public‚ who gives you their faith. His decision about running presidency was influenced when he stared meeting the president like Truman and Nixon. During the convention in 1972 he began to assess his strength and weakness‚ which was first serious step towards running for presidency. He laid out some

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