The Nobel Lecture was delivered by Jimmy Carter on December 10, 2002, at the ceremony in Oslo, Norway, where he received the Nobel Prize for Peace.The Nobel Lecture was delivered by Jimmy Carter on December 10, 2002, at the ceremony in Oslo, Norway, where he received the Nobel Prize for Peace.Read Less
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The Nobel Peace Prize Lecture written by former President Jimmy Carter (hereafter refered to as Mr. Carter) gives distinction to several Nobel laureates such as Elie Wiesel, Mother Teresa and Desmond Tutu as testimony as to the power an individual can achieve toward efforts for peace. He notes Martin Luther King Jr. with reverence, having been awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1964, and honors his colleagues at The Carter Center. Mr. Carter's Nobel Prize Lecture is an excellent book for anyone searching for some thoughtful reflection.
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