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Jimmy Carter at the LBJ Library - Part 1

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Uploaded on Feb 16, 2011

The 2011 annual Harry Middleton Lectureship, Sponsored by the LBJ Foundation presents: Former President Jimmy Carter. Jimmy Carter spoke with LBJ Library Director Mark Updegrove. Major topics of the evening included analysis of current events in the Middle East and Jimmy Carter's pre- and post- presidency career. Part I of the discussion touches on Isreal, Egypt, and Russia. Jimmy Carter explains his relationship with Anwar El Sadat and explains who Omar Suleiman is and why he was chosen to be Vice President of Egypt during the January 2011 protests. Jimmy Carter also answered questions about the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt as well as the implications of military rule in Egypt.

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