Biography of Jimmy Carter: From Peanut Farmer to President

Biography of Jimmy Carter: From Peanut Farmer to President Jimmy Carter was born October 1st, 1924 in Plains, Georgia. After turning his family’s peanut farm into a booming operation, he began a political career, and eventually became Governor of Georgia. Carter was known as a symbol for good government, and because of this – and his status as a Washington outsider – he was elected president in 1976. Unfortunately, Carter’s reputation suffered due to scandal and his inability to make things happen, and he was not elected to a second term. After his presidency, he went on to win the Nobel Peace Prize, among other significant accomplishments. In this video, WatchMojo.com learns more about the life and accomplishments of Jimmy Carter.

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