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Presidents and Their Children
Jimmy Carter with Family
President Carter with daughter-in-law Judy, grandson Jason, son Jack, daughter-in-law Annette, son Jeff, first lady Rosalynn, daugher Amy, daghter-in-law Caron, grandson James, and son Chip.
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