A Rare Signed Presidential Volume
Personally hand signed by President Jimmy Carter, the Nobel Peace Prize Winner, on a special dedication page.
A wonderful signed first edition to showcase in your presidential library - beautiful navy cloth binding in matching cloth slipcase. First Edition, First Printing with a full number line on the copyright page as required. A rare original and highly collectible signed presidential volume.
New York Bantam Books. 1982. "Keeping Faith" by Jimmy Carter. First Edition, First Printing with a full number line on the copyright page as required. Personally hand signed by President Jimmy Carter, the Nobel Peace Prize Winner, on a special dedication page. A wonderful signed first edition to showcase in your presidential library - beautiful navy cloth binding in matching cloth slipcase.
In 2002, President Carter received the Nobel Peace Prize for his work “to find peaceful solutions to international conflicts, to advance democracy and human rights, and to promote economic and social development” through The Carter Center. He was the third U.S. President, after Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson, to be awarded the Prize. Carter shares with Martin Luther King, Jr., the distinction of being the only native Georgians to be so honored.
Signature Authenticity: Bantam Books guarantees the signature to be authentic. The author Jimmy Carter has personally signed this book with his own hand. It is not an auto-pen or a signature stamp.
Condition: Fine original hardcover book in Near Fine cloth slipcase. Slight discoloration to one part of the cloth slipcase. An original and highly collectible signed presidential volume for the collector. No attached bookplates or signs of any removed. A wonderful bright clean copy.
"Keeping Faith: Memoirs of a President" is President Carter's impressions of his life in the White House, published two years after he lost the 1980 election. He was one of the most active ex-Presidents in history and went on to win the Nobel Peace Prize.
This book gives a very thorough and honest review of the major policy issues confronting President Carter in the late 1970s. If you think his presidency was a failure, you should at least take time to read about why he acted the way he did. He explains the seemingly endless energy debate in great detail and also what led him to give his infamous "crisis of confidence" speech. He gives a practically minute-by-minute account of the hostage crisis and how he worked (successfully) to win their release without nuclear weaponry or massive bloodshed.