New York: Simon and Schuster, 2007. Advance Uncorrected Reader's Proof. Bright yellow card stock with black printing. SIGNED "J Carter" on title page. 6.13" x 9.25", pp. xiv 1-261 with more than 25 black and white photos throughout. Hot off the press condition of the relatively common book in this very uncommon format.
James Earl Carter Jr. (Oct 1, 1924) is often referred to as America's best ex-President. While he served as the 39th President of the United States from 1977 to 1981, his impact on the world has been much more substantial than the impact of his presidency. This book begins to write the story of the his and the Carter Center's accomplishments since leaving office. Fine / not included. Item #615
"Although we were eager to serve as mediators or negotiators and received many requests to do so, we found that rarely would both sides to a conflict decide at the same time that they were ready to seek agreement. It was usually the losers who appealed to us, while those who were currently dominant felt that they could win militarily and didn't need assistance from outsiders."