Jimmy Carter's Book Stirs Criticism, Complaint A new book by former president Jimmy Carter is generating wide controversy. Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid charts the Arab-Israeli peace process from President Carter's time in the White House in the late 1970s to present day. Pro-Israel groups are offended, and say the book is unworthy of a former U.S. president.
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Jimmy Carter's Book Stirs Criticism, Complaint

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Jimmy Carter's Book Stirs Criticism, Complaint

Jimmy Carter's Book Stirs Criticism, Complaint

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Jimmy Carter; Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid

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