Facts About Jimmy Carter
|Presidency||Jimmy Carter, 39th President of United States, (20 January 1977 – 20 January 1981)|
|Born||1 October 1924, Plains, Georgia, United States|
|Nobel Peace Prize||Undertaking peace negotiations, campaigning for human rights and working for social welfare|
|Parents||James Earl Carter Sr. > Lillian Carter|
|Spouse||Rosalynn Carter (m. 1946)|
|Children’s||Amy Carter > Jack Carter > Donnel Carter > James Carter|
More About Jimmy Carter
- Jimmy Carter grew up on a farm with no running water or electricity and went barefoot most of the year.
- While in the Nuclear Navy, Jimmy Carter went into the core of a melted-down Nuclear reactor.
- Jimmy Carter came from zero in the polls to win the 1976 democratic nomination and the presidency.
- He was the only president since Thomas Jefferson under whom the U.S. military never fired a shot or dropped a bomb.
- Jimmy Carter was the greatest environmental president since Theodore Roosevelt.
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