President Jimmy Carter Signed Official Baseball with Beckett COA
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Description: A Unique Collectible Signed by the 39th U.S. President
This beautifully presented baseball is personally hand-signed by the oldest living President, Jimmy Carter. The baseball is an officially licensed Major League Baseball and comes in a case with a gold plaque on the front and a picture of Mr. Carter as the background. President Carter is no longer signing autographs, making this item an exceptional find.
- Officially licensed ball personally hand-signed by Mr. Jimmy Carter, the 39th President of the United States
- Beautiful gold plaque with the President's name on it
- The case measures at 120mm by 160mm
- The ball in the photos is the actual ball for sale, not a concept, and is ready for shipping straight away
- The signed ball is proven to be authentic as it comes with Certificates of Authenticity from two companies: MJB Memorabilia (serial-numbered and tamper-proof Authentication Hologram) and Beckett Authentication Services
- Free shipping to any destination worldwide
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- The ball comes with a Database Hologram Verification Number 100105 and Beckett B44981 • Priced at just $2495 • AfterPay is available
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President Jimmy Carter: A Man of Compassion, Diplomacy, and Humanitarianism
Early Life and Political Beginnings
James Earl "Jimmy" Carter Jr. was born on October 1, 1924, in Plains, Georgia. He grew up in a modest, rural setting and attended Georgia Southwestern College and the Georgia Institute of Technology before graduating from the United States Naval Academy in 1946. Carter served in the U.S. Navy until 1953, at which point he returned to Georgia to take over his family's peanut farming business after his father's death.
Carter's political career began in 1962 when he was elected to the Georgia State Senate. He served two terms before running for governor of Georgia in 1966, though he lost that race. In 1970, he ran again and was elected as the 76th Governor of Georgia. As governor, Carter focused on government efficiency, education, and civil rights.
The 39th President of the United States
In 1976, Jimmy Carter ran for president as a Democrat, presenting himself as a Washington outsider and a champion for civil rights, social justice, and environmental conservation. He won the election and became the 39th President of the United States.
Carter's presidency (1977-1981) was marked by several significant accomplishments. In the realm of foreign policy, he brokered the Camp David Accords between Israel and Egypt, which led to the Egypt–Israel Peace Treaty. He also established full diplomatic relations with the People's Republic of China and signed the Panama Canal Treaty, which eventually led to the transfer of control of the canal from the United States to Panama.
Domestically, Carter focused on energy policy and environmental conservation. He created the Department of Energy and implemented policies to reduce dependence on foreign oil, promote energy efficiency, and encourage the use of renewable resources. Additionally, he expanded protected wilderness areas and pushed for stronger environmental regulations.
However, Carter's presidency faced significant challenges. High inflation, an energy crisis, and rising unemployment plagued the nation. In 1979, the Iranian Revolution led to the Iran Hostage Crisis, wherein 52 American diplomats and citizens were held hostage for 444 days. The crisis, along with other factors, contributed to Carter losing his bid for re-election to Ronald Reagan in 1980.
Post-Presidency and Humanitarian Efforts
After leaving the White House, Jimmy Carter dedicated his life to humanitarian work and global diplomacy. He established the Carter Center in 1982, a non-profit organization focused on improving global health, protecting human rights, and promoting democratic governance.
Carter has also been involved with Habitat for Humanity, helping to build and repair homes for those in need. In recognition of his efforts in promoting peace, democracy, and human rights, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002.
Despite his advanced age, Carter remains an active and vocal advocate for social justice, human rights, and peace. His presidency may have had its challenges, but his post-presidential humanitarian work has left an indelible mark on the world, solidifying his legacy as a compassionate leader and dedicated public servant.