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Georgia residents remember Jimmy Carter's legacy

Then Georgia Gov. Jimmy Carter waves to a crowd gather in Atlanta on Thursday, Dec. 12, 1974 where he announced officially that is a Democratic candidate for the presidency. (AP Photo/BJ)
Then Georgia Gov. Jimmy Carter waves to a crowd gather in Atlanta on Thursday, Dec. 12, 1974 where he announced officially that is a Democratic candidate for the presidency. (AP Photo/BJ)

Former President Jimmy Carter entered hospice care at his home in Plains, Georgia, over the weekend. His legacy, particularly his trajectory in Georgia, is noteworthy.

WABE’s Sam Gringlas joins Here & Now’s Robin Young to talk more about America’s oldest-living former president and how Georgia residents are taking this news.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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