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Jimmy Carter for a Better Future

Jimmy Carter for a Better Future Political Button Museum
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Jimmy Carter for a Better Future
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Black and white photograph of Jimmy Carter kneeling down with two children, blue text around top edge and red text around bottom edge on a white background.

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1976 MILLENIUM GROUP INC. 924 CHERRY ST. PHILA, PA. 19107

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James Earl "Jimmy" Carter ran as the Democratic candidate for President in 1976. When Carter entered the Democratic Party presidential primaries in 1976, most believed he had little chance against nationally better-known politicians. His name recognition was only two percent! However, his strong political campaign led him to win the election. Carter served as President from 1977 to 1981. During his campaign, he was interviewed by Robert Scheer of Playboy and was the first, and so far only, American president to have been interviewed by the magazine.

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