CARTER JR., JAMES (JIMMY) EARL (1924- )
The 39th President of the United States; philanthropist, author, awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his work in co-founding the Carter Center. He is considered a central figure in the charity Habitat for Humanity. Mr. Carter has written over 30 books, ranging from political memoirs to poetry, while continuing to actively comment on ongoing American and global affairs.
Turning Point: A Candidate, A State, and a Nation Come of Age. Signed second issue, 1992. Times Books. Features a rare FULL SIGNATURE adding Best Wishes in black marker pen on the first free endpaper. Hardbound, original dustjacket, not price clipped. Accompanied by a 2017 letter from Cary C. Smith of My Presidential Library and a 5″x3″ color glossy of Mr. Carter departing the book signing.