Jimmy Carter, Book Signing Event "We Can Have Peace In the Holy Land"

Jimmy Carter, former President of the United States, signing copies of We Can Have Peace In the Holy Land

  • 1/26/09 7:30 PM at Barnes & Noble – Fifth Avenue. New York, NY.
  • 1/27/09 6:00 PM at Costco – North Clybourn Avenue. Chicago, IL.
  • 1/28/09 6:30 PM at Borders Books – Crossroads Center Way. Bailey’s Crossroads, VA.
  • 1/30/09 6:00 PM at WalMart – Galleria Blvd. Charlotte, NC.
  • 2/10/09 5:00 PM at Left Bank Books – North Euclid Avenue. St. Louis, MO.
  • 2/11/09 6:30 PM at the University Bookstore – Kane Hall, University of Washington. Seattle, WA.
  • 2/12/09 7:00 PM at Book Passage – Tamal Vista Blvd. Corte Madera, CA.
  • 2/13/09 6:00 PM at Changing Hands Books – South McClintock Drive. Tempe, AZ.


Signed by Jimmy Carter Leather Bound Easton Press editions

We now offer the following leather bound collectible books, signed by President Jimmy Carter.

Easton Press, Jimmy Carter “The Hornet’s Nest” Signed/Sealed
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The first work of fiction by a President of the United States — a sweeping novel of the American South and the War of Independence.
Easton Press Jimmy Carter “Keeping Faith: Memoirs of a President” Signed Limited Edition
Our Price: $375.00

“Keeping Faith: Memoirs of a President” is President Carter’s impressions of his life in the White House, published two years after he lost the 1980 election. He was one of the most active ex-Presidents in history and went on to win the Nobel Peace Prize.
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Jimmy Carter

James Earl “Jimmy” Carter, Jr. (born October 1, 1924) served as the thirty-ninth President of the United States from 1977 to 1981, and was the recipient of the 2002 Nobel Peace Prize. Prior to becoming president, Carter served two terms in the Georgia Senate and as the 89th Governor of Georgia, from 1971 to 1975.[1]

As president, Carter created two new cabinet-level departments: the Department of Energy and the Department of Education. He established a national energy policy that included conservation, price decontrol, and new technology. Foreign oil imports were reduced by 50% from 1977 to 1982.[2] In foreign affairs, Carter pursued the Camp David Accords, the Panama Canal Treaties and the second round of Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT). Carter sought to put a stronger emphasis on human rights; he negotiated a peace treaty between Israel and Egypt in 1979. His return of the Panama Canal Zone to Panama was seen as a major concession of U.S. influence in Latin America, and Carter came under heavy criticism for it. The final year of his presidential tenure was marked by several major crises, including the 1979 takeover of the American embassy in Iran and holding of hostages by Iranian students, a failed rescue attempt of the hostages, serious fuel shortages, and the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. By 1980, Carter’s disapproval ratings were significantly higher than his approval, and he was challenged by Ted Kennedy for the Democratic Party nomination in the 1980 election. Carter defeated Kennedy for the nomination, but lost the election to Republican Ronald Reagan.

After leaving office, Carter and his wife Rosalynn founded The Carter Center, a nongovernmental, not-for-profit organization that works to advance human rights. He has traveled extensively to conduct peace negotiations, observe elections, and advance disease prevention and eradication in developing nations. He is also a key figure in the Habitat for Humanity project.[3] Carter also remains particularly vocal on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. As of 2008, Carter is the second-oldest living former president, three months and 19 days younger than George H. W. Bush.

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