Jimmy Carters work for the world

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We all know that Jimmy Carter was a former president of the United Statesof America. Did you know he was also one of the few Nobel PeacePrize Winners? He won his Nobel Peace Prize in the year, 2002. He won theNobel Peace Prize because of endless and tireless work to make the world abetter place and he succeeded in doing this . He was also the seventy-sixthgovernor of Georgia.

OutlineA. ChildhoodB. FamilyC. EducationD. ProfessionII.Jimmy Carter winning the Nobel Peace Prize.

A.What had Carter done to achieve the Nobel Peace Prize?B.Impact of his workC.His attitude towards making the world a better placeIII.Carter’s achievements in lifeA.Nobel Peace PrizeB.He got elected for presidentC.He was liked by peopleDone By Vaibhav Pohani 7aIA.James Earl Jr., Carter is also known as Jimmy Carter. He was born on October one, 1924. He was also the thirty-ninth president of the United States of America, seventy sixth governor of Georgia and won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002.

Jimmy Carter was the first president ever to be born in a hospital.

B.He was a star of basketball in high school. He also had a passion of reading in his early age.

C. Carter had four brother’s , sister’s , his children, his wife and his great grand father. His grandfather served for the army of the United States of America. His father, James Earl Carter, was a business owner. His mother, Bessie Lillian Gordy was a nurse. He had one brother and two sisters, his brother Billy Carter, his sister’s Gloria and his other sister Ruth. He was married to Rosalynn Smith. He had four children three of them were sons, Jack Carter, Chip Carter III, Jeff Carter and his daughter Amy Lynn Carter.

D. He was educated in the plains of Georgia and went to public...