*Taken from AJC.
Former President Jimmy Carter spoke of the nation’s fight against terrorism and the need to maintain its moral and humanitarian values during a Saturday commencement address to Georgia State University graduates.
Carter talked about the global arms race, Georgia State’s new football team and his two grandchildren, who were among the graduates.
Carter briefly referred to last week’s killing of Osama bin Laden.
It is “imperative that America remains vigilant against threats from terrorists,” he said. “I’m particularly proud, as a Navy man, of the Navy SEALs.”