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A NATIONAL TREASURE JIMMY CARTER Jimmy Carter was president from January of 1977 to January of 1980 During his presidency however he did not accomplish nearly as much as he has in the past 18 years In 1984 Carter joined the Habitat for Humanity Organization a nonprofit organization that helps build homes for the needy in the United States and in other countries This began when the former President led a group of workers to New York City to help restore a six-story building and make it into affordable housing for nineteen families President Carter has served on the board of directors for the Habitat for Humanity Organization At Emory University located in Atlanta Georgia in 1982 Jimmy Carter became a University Distinguished Professor During this time he along with help from his wife created the Carter Center The Center is non-partisan and nonprofit The Centers staff join with Carter in an attempt to resolve national and international conflict promote democracy outside the United States preserve human rights throughout the world and stop disease and other misfortune In 1991 President Carter and the Center started the Atlanta Project or TAP a community-wide venture to attack the social problems assorted with poverty suck as teenage pregnancy kids dropping out of school juvenile delinquency crime and violence homelessness and unemployment TAP is a nonprofit non-governmental project that is supported by foundations corporations and individuals and is run solely by the people of Atlanta With the great advances in the welfare of the public and humanity Jimmy Carter is considered not only to have been one of the greater presidents but also one of our nations greatest reformers He is easily able to be considered our nations greatest treasure
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