President Jimmy Carter urges greater US commitment to peace and human rights
Former President Jimmy Carter says the U.S. must make a stronger commitment to peace, freedom, human rights, environmental protection and alleviating poverty. He spoke Feb. 24, 2013 at the Commonwealth Club of California, and answered questions about the world's hot spots and the movie "Argo."
- Jimmy Carter: President of the United States 1977-1981. Founder of the Carter Center in Atlanta. University Distinguished Professor at Emory University. Nobel Peace Prize winner. Former Georgia Governor. Served in the US Navy.