In the interview President Carter discussed his legacy, “I’d like to be remembered as a champion of peace and human rights. Those are the two things that I’ve found as kind of a guide for my life. I’ve done the best I could with those, not always successful of course, but I’d say peace and human rights.”
Within this personal and insightful interview Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter talks openly about their life together, their joint drive and determination to make the world a better place and about their marriage, which is now in its 68th year.
Bryer also met with Angelina Jolie, Sir Richard Branson and Rt Hon William Hague MP, First Secretary of State and Leader of the House of Commons, who gave further insight.
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