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Our Endangered Values: America's Moral Crisis

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A Presidents Thoughts on Important Issues

This book takes a look at Jimmy Carter¿s opinions on different sides of the issues that have been going on in the government as well as in society. As a former president, Carter reflects on his past experiences and examples to show what he considers is right. It is a gr...
This book takes a look at Jimmy Carter¿s opinions on different sides of the issues that have been going on in the government as well as in society. As a former president, Carter reflects on his past experiences and examples to show what he considers is right. It is a great book that will help provide people with a lot of information about the world we live in along with a man that has his own views on certain topics. I recommend this book to anyone who wants to start to learn more about political issues.

posted by Anonymous on December 8, 2007

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A moral challenge to Americans

In this book, Nobelist and former President Jimmy Carter asserts that Christian fundamentalists have taken control of the American government. Although he is a devout Christian himself, he outlines charges against fundamentalists and neoconservatives that reiterate many...
In this book, Nobelist and former President Jimmy Carter asserts that Christian fundamentalists have taken control of the American government. Although he is a devout Christian himself, he outlines charges against fundamentalists and neoconservatives that reiterate many oft-aired criticisms of the current administration. He also decries fundamentalist control of the Southern Baptist denomination, which may be of less interest to business readers. However, one need not agree with Carter to be drawn by his political philosophy and sincerity, nor disagree to be bruised by his self-righteous tone. This is more sermon than essay, for it has a pronounced religious focus, but we find that it provides a heartfelt portrait of the value judgments of a historic figure who never hesitated to provoke debate. Readers seeking a liberal focus on issues about which conservatives and liberals disagree will find this to be a passionate touchstone, as will those alarmed by what they perceive as manifestations of fundamentalism in U.S. public policy.

posted by Anonymous on June 27, 2007

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2006

    This one is another Carter blunder

    This, from the President who had the most disfunctional administration in history. At least he exposes who and what he really is about. His answers for the woes of the day are beyond the pale,(surprise, surprise,) and I can find nothing enlightning about this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 6, 2005

    Arm Chair quarterback at best

    Give me a break. Very difficult to read this trash. What we have is one of the most incompetent and impotent leaders of the 20th century trying to spout advice and air his concerns. I feel that he realizes that his values are the ones being threatened. He'll probably get another Noble Peace Prize. What a waste of time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 19, 2005

    Credibility Lacking

    'What enables ex-President Jimmy Carter to be taken seriously is that millions of people are too young to remember what a disaster the Carter administration was. He lost his bid for re-election in a landslide for a reason.' -Thomas Sowell

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 14, 2005

    Oh, Jimmy................

    You are right on some things - but the thing that has always bothered me is your view on abortion. It states in the Bible that God said, 'I knew you before you were ever born'. And Jimmy stands fast and firm on his religion, but yet, while he was president, he was pro-abortion. He didn't address that in this book, did he? If you don't respect life in the simplest form - the MOST helpless - something is wrong here.

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