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James Earl Carter Jr the thirty ninth president of the United States was born in Plains Georgia on October 1st 19241 He was the son of James Carter and Miz Lillian In 1927 his family moved to the small town of Archery close to Plains where he lived until the age of 17 Carter began his military career in June of 1943 enrolling in the Naval Academy of United States He attended Georgia Southwestern College and the Georgia Institute of technology he received a BS degree from the United States Naval Academy2 In 1946 he served as officer and that same year he got married with Rosalynn Smith Rosalynn was three years younger than Jimmy and it was the second time he had proposed to her The first time he proposed she refused Carter finally managed to convince her and they married on July of 1946They went on to having three sons which were John Williams James Earl III and Amy Lynn He went on to work on submarines from fleets of the Atlantic and Pacific For his excellent work he was selected by Admiral Rickover for the US Navys nuclear submarine program in 19522 Rickover is regarded in history as the father of nuclear navy he was a intense but hard working man Rickover liked to push around young officers like Carter But Carter always saw it on the bright side I think second to my own father Rickover had more effect on my life than any other man he said He worked for eleven months until his fathers death After that he resigned from the Navy to work on the farm business of peanuts of his family in Georgia His first years as farmer were difficult but after hard work it became productive In his home he teached on Sunday to people who wanted to know more about the religion Carter began to participate more in the towns issues He began to
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