Jimmy Carter

Jimmy Carter Man from Plains (2007)

Sony Pictures Written and Directed by Jonathan Demme 125 minutes
Director Jonathan Demme said that he made the movie because of his admiration for Jimmy Carter. The film, centering on Carter's controversial book, Palestine: Peace not Apartheid, therefore is not the critical examination it could have been, and those hoping for the answers to difficult questions will surely be disappointed.

CAMERA at CBS Shareholders Meeting Challenges Carter’s Publisher

At the CBS annual shareholders meeting, a CAMERA board member presented a proposal calling on CBS Corporation, owner of Simon and Schuster, to urge its subsidiary to institute fact-checking, the New York Sun reports. Simon and Schuster published Jimmy Carter's error-ridden Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid.

Norman Finkelstein, Benny Morris and Peace not Apartheid

Norman Finkelstein cites Israeli historian Benny Morris as an example of someone who agrees with Jimmy Carter's apartheid analogy. Morris makes clear that this is not true, describing Finkelstein as "a notorious distorter of facts."

Jimmy Carter’s “Settlement Freeze” Lie

Jimmy Carter admitted in 2003 that at Camp David Prime Minister Begin agreed to only a three month settlement freeze, but he falsely charges in his book that Begin pledged an open-ended freeze, and then reneged.

A Comprehensive Collection of Jimmy Carter’s Errors

Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid By Jimmy Carter Simon & Schuster, 2006
Jimmy Carter claims that "everything" in his new book is "completely accurate," and maintains (incorrectly) that the book's critics deal in straw-man accusations and ad hominem attacks. But many, if not most, of the facts on which his book's premise rests are demonstrably false.