Jimmy Carter's popularity plummeted at the end of his presidency, as his administration struggled to free hostages taken by Iranian revolutionaries. The hostage crisis ultimately overshadowed one of his greatest achievements, negotiating a 1978 peace agreement between Israel and Egypt. As VOA's Kane Farabaugh reports, a new book and play provide a unique look at what it took to create lasting peace between two historic enemies.
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