Jimmy Carter and Human Rights
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The paper discusses Jimmy Carter's focus on human rights during his presidency. The paper describes how Carter encountered a lot of criticism over his foreign policy, but points out that he maintained a surprisingly successful foreign policy for someone who had so little experience. The paper points out all of Carter's achievements and relates that Carter was a man of high morals who tried to do good in spite of overpowering odds and political aggression on the part of powerful nations in the world of that day.
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