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Jimmy Carter “A Call to Action” to come out in March

The former US President, Jimmy Carter is currently writing a book on women's rights with the title “A Call to Action: Women, Religion, Violence and Power.” Carter's book will be released on March 25th by Simon & Schuster.

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Jimmy Carter “A Call to Action” to come out in March

The 39th President of the United States is in the final stages of writing his new book that is based on women’s rights. 

A Call to Action: Women, Religion, Violence and Power” is the title of Carter's new book that is all set to be launched in March 2014.

Simon & Schuster have reserved the rights to publish this book. The publishers announced on Tuesday that they are planning to launch the book on March 25th.

A spokeswoman for Simon & Schuster told the NYTimes that this new book by Jimmy Carter is “an impassioned account of the human rights abuses against women and girls around the world, particularly in religious societies.”

Former US President, Jimmy Carter has worked as an author and human rights advocate after leaving the presidency. He spent most of his post-presidential life travelling around the world.


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