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Former president Jimmy Carter joins Diane to describe the world in which he grew up, his family’s rural farm near Plains, Georgia. In his new memoir he relates the lessons he learned about faith, work, and race relations during his Depression-era childhood.
- President Jimmy Carter 39th President of the United States, recipient of the 2002 Nobel Peace Prize, founder of the Carter Center, and bestselling author.
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