Former President Jimmy Carter and former first lady Rosalynn Carter talked about the Carter Center's peace and health initiatives around the world. ... At the beginning of the event, President Carter* gave an update on his cancer diagnosis.
Daryl Carter, author of Brother Bill: President Clinton and the Politics of Race and Class, and Dorothy Padgett, author of Jimmy Carter: Elected President with Pocket Change and Peanuts, talk about the presidency.
Former President Jimmy Carter and first lady Rosalynn Carter were interviewed by Walter Isaacson at the Aspen Institute. ... The former president also talked about his most recent travels and meetings with world leaders including Russian President Vladimir Putin as well as some of the global initiatives of the Carter* Center.
Former President Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn Carter were interviewed about current world issues and their latest ventures at the Carter Center. Topics included the Palestinian request for statehood; Cuba, Korea and China; health issues; and President Carter*'s advice to President Obama for dealing with Congress.
President Jimmy Carter discussed his cancer diagnosis. ... He also took questions from reporters at the Carter Center in Atlanta, and talked about his plans for the future. President Carter* said he trusted his doctors and would follow their advice for treatment, and that he was at ease.
Former President Jimmy Carter talked about civil and human rights with Derreck Kayongo, a former Ugandan war refugee. This was part of the first "National Conversation on Civil Rights and Individual Freedom" held by the National Archives and Records Administration in partnership with the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum.
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A panel of presidential scholars reassessed the relevance for today of key policies and events of the Carter administration. ... :" Jimmy Carter, America's "Malaise," and the Speech that Should Have Changed the Country (Bloomsbury USA; June 23, 2009). "The Carter Presidency Revisited" was a program of the Conversations at The Carter Center series, held Wednesday, October 28, 2009, at 7:00 p.m.
The ninth in a series on presidential libraries focused on the life and career of James Earl Carter, Jr. through rarely seen film and sound recordings, as well as letters, documents and artifacts collected from the stacks and vaults of the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library in Atlanta, Georgia. ... Highlighted film, sound, documents, and artifacts featured during the show focused on President Carter's rise from "outsider candidate" to victory in the 1976 presidential election and the major foreign and domestic policy initiatives of his presidency, energy policy, the Middle East peace process, the Iran hostage crisis, and the Panama Canal. Included were a film created by the Carter campaign to play on his outsider status in the 1976 election; President Carter's first televised address to the nation as president in which he attempted to revive the Roosevelt legacy of the fireside chat talking about energy policy, as well a unique speech on solar energy from the roof of the White House; and rare behind-the-scenes film shot by Navy film crews from the Camp David summit meeting with the leaders of Egypt and Israel, from inside the Oval Office on Carter's last day as president as he works to get the hostages freed from Iran, and of President Carter in Panama touring the canal.
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In an interview, former President Jimmy Carter talked about his life and work from his home in Plains, Georgia. ... Naval Academy, Jimmy Carter served in the Navy until his father's death in 1953, when he took over the family farm in Plains, Georgia. ... Jimmy Carter was elected president of the United States in 1976 and served from 1977 to 1981. In 1982 he founded the Carter Center in Atlanta. ... President Carter* was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002.
Jay Hakes and Grace Hale talked about the life and influence of first lady Rosalynn Carter and responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. ... In video clips, Steve Theus gave a tour of the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site. Video clips were shown of a recent interview with Rosalynn Carter. ... Carter were shown, including commercials from the 1976 presidential campaign.
Former President Jimmy Carter was interviewed about his book Our Endangered Values: America's Moral Crisis, published by Simon and Schuster. ... Jimmy Carter served as the thirty-ninth president of the United States. After he left office he founded the Carter Center, a nonprofit conflict resolution organization. ... Before his career in journalism he was an intern in the Carter White House.
Former President Jimmy Carter reflected on the 35th anniversary of the Camp David Accords and the 1978 behind-the-scenes negotiations with Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin. President Carter recalled the Central Intelligence Agency's (CIA) pivotal role in negotiating an agreement between the two leaders. ... This half hour address was part of a symposium on the role of intelligence in the Middle East peace efforts, and took place at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library in Atlanta.
Conversations at The Carter Center featured the "First Lady From Plains," Rosalynn Carter, who was joined by former President Jimmy Carter, discussed her roles as first lady, her mental health advocacy, and highlights of the museum's "First Ladies" exhibit. ... Carter also responded to questions and comments submitted by members of the audience. Jimmy Carter Library and Museum director Jay Hakes moderated the event.
Carter and other Carter Center officials talked about the work of the center and efforts to promote peace and fight disease around the world. The event was held to mark the twentieth anniversary of the Carter Center.