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Complete this quote by President Roosevelt: Speak softly and...
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Complete this quote by President Roosevelt: Speak softly and...
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The quote first appeared in a letter from President Roosevelt to Henry L. Sprague of the Union League Club of New York in 1900. It later became a trademark of Roosevelt's foreign policy.
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The quote first appeared in a letter from President Roosevelt to Henry L. Sprague of the Union League Club of New York in 1900. It later became a trademark of Roosevelt's foreign policy.
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Who was the second President of the United States?
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Who was the second President of the United States?
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Adams served from 1797 until 1801
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Adams served from 1797 until 1801
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If both the President and Vice President die, who is next in line for the presidency?
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If both the President and Vice President die, who is next in line for the presidency?
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If a President dies, is incapacitated, resigns or is removed from office the line of succession is: Vice President, then Speaker of the House, the President of the Senate.
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If a President dies, is incapacitated, resigns or is removed from office the line of succession is: Vice President, then Speaker of the House, the President of the Senate.
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Which President served the shortest term?
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Which President served the shortest term?
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Harrison died on April 4, 1841, only one month after taking office
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Harrison died on April 4, 1841, only one month after taking office
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Who is the only U.S. President to serve as a Supreme Court judge?
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Who is the only U.S. President to serve as a Supreme Court judge?
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Taft was nominated by President Warren G. Harding in 1921, 8 years after his Presidental term ended. He considered being a chief justice the high point in his career
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Taft was nominated by President Warren G. Harding in 1921, 8 years after his Presidental term ended. He considered being a chief justice the high point in his career
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Which of these Presidents was NOT a veteran upon entering office?
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Which of these Presidents was NOT a veteran upon entering office?
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Before he was elected President, Harding bought and acted as the editor of a failing newspaper, The Marion Star. Under him, the paper once again thrived as still exists today.
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Before he was elected President, Harding bought and acted as the editor of a failing newspaper, The Marion Star. Under him, the paper once again thrived as still exists today.
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Which is the only President to hold a doctorate degree?
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Which is the only President to hold a doctorate degree?
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President Wilson earned a PhD in political science and history from Johns Hopkins University
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President Wilson earned a PhD in political science and history from Johns Hopkins University
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Which of these Presidents went on a bear hunting trip in Colorado during his presidency?
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Which of these Presidents went on a bear hunting trip in Colorado during his presidency?
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 In 1910, after speaking at the Denver capitol, President Roosevelt traveled most of the state and went on a bear hunting trip to East Divide Creek.
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In 1910, after speaking at the Denver capitol, President Roosevelt traveled most of the state and went on a bear hunting trip to East Divide Creek.
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Which is the only President who never married?
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Which is the only President who never married?
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Buchanan is the only President who remained a bachelor his entire life. This may because he is widely considered to have been gay.
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Buchanan is the only President who remained a bachelor his entire life. This may because he is widely considered to have been gay.
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Which President has an African nation's capital city named after him?
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Which President has an African nation's capital city named after him?
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Monrovia, the capital of Liberia was named after President Monroe because of his support for the colonization of the country.
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Monrovia, the capital of Liberia was named after President Monroe because of his support for the colonization of the country.
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Who is the only person to serve as both President and Vice President without being elected to either?
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Who is the only person to serve as both President and Vice President without being elected to either?
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Ford became Vice President in 1973 after Spiro Agnew resigned. He then became President in 1974 after President Nixon's resignation.
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Ford became Vice President in 1973 after Spiro Agnew resigned. He then became President in 1974 after President Nixon's resignation.
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Which is the only President to found a college or university?
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Which is the only President to found a college or university?
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Jefferson founded the University of Virginia in 1819. Its initial Board of Visitors included U.S. Presidents Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and James Monroe.
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Jefferson founded the University of Virginia in 1819. Its initial Board of Visitors included U.S. Presidents Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and James Monroe.
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Which President got married near Cheesman Park in Denver?
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Which President got married near Cheesman Park in Denver?
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President Dwight Eisenhower married Mamie Doud inside the first floor of the house she grew up in, which is near the intersection of Lafayette Street and 9th Avenue in Denver. Colorado became a retreat for the couple and their family and they spent many winter and summer vacations at the home.
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President Dwight Eisenhower married Mamie Doud inside the first floor of the house she grew up in, which is near the intersection of Lafayette Street and 9th Avenue in Denver. Colorado became a retreat for the couple and their family and they spent many winter and summer vacations at the home.
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Which President was given a 1400 lb block of cheese as a gift?
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Which President was given a 1400 lb block of cheese as a gift?
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Jackson was given the 4-foot in diameter wheel of cheddar by cheesemaker Colonel Thomas S. Meacham. At his last public reception at the White House, Jackson served the cheese to 10,000 visitors who demolished it in two hours.
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Jackson was given the 4-foot in diameter wheel of cheddar by cheesemaker Colonel Thomas S. Meacham. At his last public reception at the White House, Jackson served the cheese to 10,000 visitors who demolished it in two hours.
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Which President was a peanut farmer?
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Which President was a peanut farmer?
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President Carter took over and ran his family's peanut farm. There was a giant peanut-shaped balloon in his inaugural parade, as a tribute to his past.
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President Carter took over and ran his family's peanut farm. There was a giant peanut-shaped balloon in his inaugural parade, as a tribute to his past.
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Which of these Presidents won a Grammy?
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Which of these Presidents won a Grammy?
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In fact, President Clinton has won two, both in the spoken word category. His wife Hillary has also won a Best Spoken Word Grammy.
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In fact, President Clinton has won two, both in the spoken word category. His wife Hillary has also won a Best Spoken Word Grammy.
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Which President served the longest term?
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Which President served the longest term?
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FDR was elected four times and served three full terms before dying on the 83rd day of this fourth term. The two-term limit was added to the constitution six years later.
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FDR was elected four times and served three full terms before dying on the 83rd day of this fourth term. The two-term limit was added to the constitution six years later.
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Who was the first Republican president?
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Who was the first Republican president?
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The Republican, or Grand Old Party, is the second-oldest political party still in existence. The Democratic party is first.
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The Republican, or Grand Old Party, is the second-oldest political party still in existence. The Democratic party is first.
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