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Former president Jimmy Carter has expressed his eagerness to work with President Donald Trump over North Korea.
WORCESTER Roosevelt "Dee" Carter, 76 of Worcester passed away home to be with the Lord, Sunday, July 12th 2009 in the St.
Carter presents a premise and thesis that reeks of vacuity, while presenting ostensibly specious arguments that obfuscate both fact and truth.
LAKE BALBOA - The Birmingham of Lake Balboa football team teased Donovan Carter as he tried not to pose for a photographer during Thursday's practice.
Of the same generation, although from starkly different social origins, Carter and Franklin shared a similar set of hesitations when confronted by the turbulence of the American Revolution.
Our Endangered Values: America's Moral Crisis, by Jimmy Carter (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2005), 212 pages, hard cover, $25.
Since leaving the White House, he's launched Habitat for Humanity and the Carter Center; he's written more than a dozen books (including the fine memoir An Hour Before Daylight) and won the Nobel Peace Prize; he's led important diplomatic missions and addressed practically every crucial social problem in every conceivable venue.
Now age 88 and in his 33d year on the federal bench, Carter is officially a senior judge.
Carter is the northern California high school basketball coach who gained national recognition back in the late '90s for benching his undefeated squad, including his own son, for its failure to measure up to his tough academic standards.
The morning meeting at Carter & Carter Financial has been a ritual since the late 1970s, when Donna and Kenneth Carter started the financial planning business out of their Pleasant Hill home.
When Carter took over as president, the nation's most pressing--and consuming--problems were economic.