Jimmy Carter’s Notable Post-Presidency

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Opinion Column by Stephen Lendman
Jimmy Carter's Notable Post-Presidency

by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org – Home – Stephen Lendman)

He's cut from a different cloth than other former US presidents. The Clinton co-presidency, Bush/Cheney and Obama use their former positions for self-enrichment.

Not Jimmy Carter, at age-93 still using his persona for public service and charitable causes. In 1982, his Carter Center in Atlanta was established to promote peace and human rights, improve global health, help mediate conflicts, and monitor elections worldwide, supporting an open, free and fair process.

Since 1989, it monitored 96 elections in 38 countries. Four US presidents were Nobel Peace Prize winners – Carter the sole deserving one for exemplary activities since leaving office.

Interviewed by the New York Times, below are the highlights of his remarks.

He'd love to undertake another diplomatic mission to North Korea. "I would go, yes," he said to try easi
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