Final Author Program of 2012

For those of you in and near the Atlanta area, we invite you to join us for our final author program of the year. Directions are available online. This event is free and open to the public.

Details are as follows:

Author: Kevin Phillips
Book: 1775: A Good Year for Revolution
Event: Reading/Book Signing
Date: Friday, November 30, 2012 at 7:00pm
Location: Carter Presidential Library & Museum Theater

In 1775: A GOOD YEAR FOR REVOLUTION, acclaimed historian and political analyst Phillips explains why the year of 1776 is not the most important year of the American Revolution. The true watershed year, but least recognized, is 1775, as explained via Phillips’ analysis. To get the full “story,” come to our last book event of 2012!

Visit us online for the latest information about book events and to have a peek at some of the Jimmy Carter Library & Museum‘s upcoming events for 2013.

Neil Shulman Book Event Photo

Approximately 150 people filled the auditorium to hear Emory University professor Neil “Doc Hollywood” Shulman for our penultimate author event for 2012 on November 27th. Among those attending were a Masai tribe member in traditional clothing, the head of the Carter Center Peace program…and a trained monkey used to work with kids with emotional challenges. You never know what will happen at our book events!

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