by Jimmy Carter, The Minneapolis Star Tribune, July 26, 2015
Thirty-five years after he lost his bid for a second term as president, Jimmy Carter remains active and outspoken. Through the Carter Center, he engages in conflict resolution, monitors elections and promotes arms control, environmental reform, education and global health. He works for Habitat for Humanity. He has written more than two dozen books, including “Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid.” And he has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.