The Virtues of Aging
Former President Jimmy Carter discussed his book The Virtues of Aging, in front of an audience at the 92nd Street YMCA in New York City. The book describes the second stage of life of the Carters after they left the White House. Anna Quindlen interviewed President Carter about his book and his life and work in recent years, and moderated the questions from the audience. close
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