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Jimmy Carter
The 39th President of the United States (1977–1981), Nobel Peace laureate in 2002.


The 1994 “deal” with North Korea’s Kim Il-sung in 1994 was a complete success.

“What the North Koreans were waiting for was some treatment of their exalted leader with respect and a direct communication. [. . .] I outlined the specific points [concerning blocking North Korean development of nuclear weapons] and with very little equivocation, he agreed. I think it’s all roses now. [. . .] In my opinion, this was one of those perfect agreements where both sides won and got what they wanted and [where] nobody blinked, nobody had to yield.”

Source: “Carter on North Korea: 'All Roses',” NewsMax (the magazine), December 2006, page 11.
Hardcopy: Copy of the source article.
Where: During an interview on CNN.
When: June 22, 1994.
Contributor: AIM.

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Regretting patriotism.

“Unfortunately, after September 11, there was an outburst in America of intense suffering and patriotism . . .”

Source: "I Do Challenge Their Patriotism," The Limbaugh Letter, October 2006, page 24.
Hardcopy: Copy of page 24 from The Limbaugh Letter.
Where: In comments made to Der Spiegel.
When: August 2006.
Contributor: AIM.

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