Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter highlights the work of the former president and first lady with Prime Ministers Joe Clark and Pierre Trudeau, both in the White House and beyond to the activities of the Carter Center, and is a documentary tribute to the Carters from a wide variety of Canadians across the political spectrum. It also provides glimpses of the rural Georgia town, Plains, the home of Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter, through a Canadian prism. A selection of President Carter's major addresses, including his Nobel Peace Prize lecture, is also included.
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Arthur Milnes, a journalist and fellow of the Queen's University Centre for the Study of Democracy, served as research assistant to the Right Honourable Brian Mulroney on the latter's Memoirs.