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On Wednesday, Piers Morgan enjoyed an exclusive, guided tour of the Carter Center in Atlanta, which features an exact replica of the Oval Office as it appeared during President Carter's time in the White House. Asked what's it's like to walk through the office today, Carter says "It makes you feel at home. It brings back a lot of memories."
One particularly noteworthy item in the office is a large globe that is featured prominently next to his desk:
Carter remembers staying focused on the Soviet Union. "It was during the Cold War, and I would turn that globe to Moscow and would try to put myself in the heart and mind of President Brezhnev, to make sure that he and I didn't do anything that would precipitate a nuclear war."
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