Level 3 - Jimmy Carter, the 2002 laureate

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1 Jimmy Carter’s full name is:
2 Jimmy Carter was born in Plains, Georgia, but when?
3 In many years Carter was a farmer. What kind of farmer?
4 In the Navy Jimmy Carter became a submariner, serving in both the Atlantic and Pacific fleet. True     False
5 Jimmy Carter is married to: Jimmy Carter's wife
6 How many children have Jimmy Carter and his wife?
7 When did Jimmy Carter serve as president for the United States?
8 Carter was a vital contributor to the Camp David Accord. This was the treaty of peace between Israel and Egypt: True     False
9 In 1982 Jimmy Carter and his wife founded an insitution which seeks to prevent and resolve conflicts, enchance freedom and democracy, and improve health. What’s the name of the institusion?
10 The Center (previous question) is located in:
11 For one week a year Jimmy Carter and his wife voulenteer for Habitat for Humanity, a nonprofit organization that helps nedy people in and outside the United States renovate and build homes for themselves. True     False
12 Between 1975 and 2002 Carter has been the author to this many books:
13 For recreation Jimmy Carter enjoys fly-fishing, woodworking, jogging, cycling, tennis and skiing. True     False
14 Jimmy Carter teaches Sunday school! True     False
15 For “His decades of untiring effort to find peaceful solutions to international conflicts, to advance democracy and human rights, and to promote economic and social development”, Carter in 2002 received:

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