Jimmy Carter was the 39th President of the USA.  He was in office January 20, 1977-January 20, 1981

James Earl "Jimmy" Carter was the President of the U. and the only President to receive the Nobel Peace Prize after leaving office. He lost his bid for a second term to Ronald Reagan.

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James Earl ("Jimmy") Carter President of the United States) Branch: United States Navy - Job: Submarine officer - Rank: Lieutenant - Unit: U.

Ronald Reagan no. 40 great President & patriot                                                                                                                                                      More

Five Interesting Facts About Ronald Reagan That You Probably Didn't Know

Ronald Wilson Reagan (February 1911 – June was an American actor and politician. He was the President of the United States and served as the Governor of California prior to his presidency.

U.S. President Barack Obama and wife, First lady Michelle Obama. This couple is obviously very close and comfortable together. Something all couples should strive for.. .

Twelve more years? Obama insists Michelle has the talent to be President... but she has 'too much sense' to run

President Barack Obama and wife, First lady Michelle Obama. This couple is obviously very close and comfortable together. Something all couples should strive for By Nayia Ginn

Most historians believe James Buchanan was gay. | 21  Buchanan, a bachelor, was rumored to have a very close relationship with William Rufus King, a senator from Alabama. Shocking Facts About U.S. Presidents

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James Buchanan U. President - Tall, stately, stiffly formal in the high stock he wore around his jowls, James Buchanan was the only President who never married.

truman McCarran–Walter Act (1952)  - This act retained the quota system from the Immigration Act of 1924 and gave preference to certain countries, like Great Britain, Germany and Ireland, while reducing the number of immigrants from colonies in the New World.  - It allowed for deportation of immigrants involved in subversive activities.  - It banned racial and ethnic discrimination over who can naturalize, allowing Asians to naturalize.

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President Harry Truman, Klansman in the Whitehouse other known Presidents: Woodrow Wilson, McKinley & Calvin Coolidge

Queen Elizabeth II and U.S. President Ronald Reagan at Buckingham Palace June 14, 1989 after he received an honorary knighthood from Her Majesty. He was the first President in 35 years to be knighted by the Queen. Side note is that only Republican Presidents have received this honour.

queen elizabeth II & u. president ronald reagan at buckingham palace June 1989 after he received an honorary knighthood from her majesty. he was president in 35 yrs to be knighted by the queen. only republican presidents have received this honour.

The President with the last four living presidents

Fifteen Differences Between Democrats And Republicans

President George W. Bush meets with former Presidents George H. Bush, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter and President-elect Barack Obama Wednesday, Jan. 2009 in the Oval Office of the White House. White House photo by Eric Draper

James Madison and Thomas Jefferson were once arrested together for taking a carriage ride in Vermont on a Sunday, which violated state laws. | 21 Shocking Facts About U.S. Presidents

James Madison and Thomas Jefferson were once arrested together for taking a carriage ride in Vermont on a Sunday, which violated state laws. Still, what a weirdly specific law!

Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882-1945), U.S. President (1933-1945), ca. 1942

Franklin D. Roosevelt 1882-1945, U.s Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

Picture of Roosevelt, Roosevelt was a democratic President during the great depression. Roosevelt made the "new deal" that gave citizens financial security and rebuilt the U.

Ulysses S. Grant - 18th U.S. President

Civil War General Ulysses S. Grant Portrait Silver Halide Photo Print for Like the Civil War General Ulysses S.

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