Oral history interview with James E. Carter 1999

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Oral history interview with James E. Carter 1999

 

 

Name:
Carter, Jimmy, 1924- (Interviewee); Zane, Sharon (Interviewer)
Title:
Oral history interview with James E. Carter 1999
Abstract:
Origin and evolution of the Carter Center [the Center]; efforts and goals in the United States and abroad: conflict prevention and conflict resolution, democratization, human rights, election monitoring, work in developing nations: agriculture, healthcare, not duplicating work of other organizations, Center's relationship with Carnegie Corporation of New York [Carnegie]: Carnegie's continued financial support and advice on organizational structure and budgeting, help from David Hamburg, Carnegie name as impetus for other donors; combined efforts between Carnegie and the Center: assisting Carnegie with various studies, analysis of foreign aid efforts and American grants, providing information from the Center's practical experience and observations, Global Development Initiative and test case in Guyana, the Atlanta Project and additional support from major corporations, promotion of concept of mental health, conflict analysis; crucial role of American philanthropy.
Collection Name:
Carnegie Corporation project. Part 2
Subjects:
Philanthropists; Presidents--United States; Peaceful change (International relations); Human rights--Developing countries; Democracy--Developing countries; Charity organization--United States; Carter, Jimmy, 1924-; Atlanta Project; Emory University. Carter Center; Carnegie Corporation of New York
Format:
oral histories
Genre:
Interviews
Origin Information:
1999.
Physical Description:
sound file : digital preservation master, WAV files (96 kHz, 24 bit)
Note (Biographical):
United States President (1977-1981); philanthropist.
Note (Funding):
Digital reproduction funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and Carnegie Corporation of New York
Note:
Digitized by Safe Sound Archive, Philadelphia, 2010.Interviewed by Sharon Zane, Sept. 15, 1999.Quality of sound is poor at times in the audio portion of videotaped interview.Service copy (44 kHz, 16 bit) and rendered version (96 kHz, 24 bit) of sound file derived from a digital preservation master digitized at 96 kHz, 24 bit.
Note (Provenance):
Gift of James E. Carter
Language:
English
Library Location:
Oral History Archives at Columbia, Columbia University
Digital Project:
Carnegie Digital Past and Future
Persistent URL:
https://dx.doi.org/10.7916/d8-gk1v-1771