____ (James Earl ____, Jr.), the 39th president of the United States was born in the small farming town of Plains, Georgia. He graduated from the United States Naval Academy and trained as a submariner. He was chosen for the nuclear submarine program and served as senior officer of the pre-commissioning crew of the Seawolf. Before being elected president in 1976, he served as a Georgia state Senator and the 76th governor of Georgia. He served as president for four years. President ____ made significant contributions to foreign policy with the Panama Canal treaties, the peace treaty between Egypt and Israel, the SALT II treaty with the Soviet Union that limited weapons buildups in both countries, and the establishment of diplomatic relations with the People's Republic of China. He was known as a champion of human rights throughout the world. Protection of the environment was very important to President ____. He was responsible for passage of laws to protect wilderness areas in our country, especially in Alaska. He was also known for his inclusion of women and minorities in his cabinet. In spite of his successes in foreign policy, President ____'s chances for re-election were damaged when a mob of Iranian students stormed the U.S. embassy in Tehran and took the staff members hostage. The president's inability to negotiate the hostages' release was seen as a sign of weakness and ineffectiveness. At home, the number of people who were unemployed grew greater every year President ____ was in office. Nervous about the economy and frustrated by the hostage situation, the American people weren't willing to re-elect President ____ for a second term. President ____ returned to his home in Georgia and continued his work for peace and human rights. He has often negotiated compromises in international disputes, volunteers for Habitat for Humanity helping people build homes for themselves, and writes books about a variety of subjects. In 2002 he was honored by being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for "untiring effort to find peaceful solutions to international conflicts, to advance democracy and human rights, and to promote economic and social development."
He graduated from the United States Naval Academy.
In 1978, this president organized talks at Camp David between Israel and Egypt, resulting in a peace treaty.
He has written 16 books.
He was the first president born in a hospital.
This president once said "A simple and a proper function of government is just to make it easy for U.S. to do good and difficult for U.S. to do wrong."
Who is this president?
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