As a former US President, Jimmy Carter has played a significant role in shaping American history and politics.

Throughout his career, he has been a champion for human rights, democracy, and peace.

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He was elected governor of Georgia in 1970, and in 1976, he was elected President of the United States.

During his presidency, he worked to promote social justice and international cooperation.

One of Carter's most notable achievements as President was the Camp David Accords, which he brokered in 1978 between Israel and Egypt.

The agreement was a major step towards peace in the Middle East and earned Carter the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002.

After leaving office, Carter continued to work on international issues through his foundation, the Carter Center.

He has worked to promote democracy, monitor elections, and combat diseases such as Guinea worm disease and river blindness.