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Born Leslie Lynch King, Jr., Gerald Rudolph Ford (1913 – 2006) was the 38th US President. Because he was appointed Vice-President, and later succeeded Richard Nixon as President upon Nixon’s resignation, he was the only one not elected into both posts.
Gerald Ford (July 14, 1913 - December 26, 2006) was the 38th US President. He was born Leslie Lynch King, Jr., but took the name Ford after his step-father. He represented the state of Michigan in the House of Representatives for 12 consecutive terms, winning over 60% of the vote each time. He serv…
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I'm not sure what Johnson did in 1960, but in 1964, having assumed the presidency after the Kennedy assassination in 1963, he launched a program called the Great Society. The following link will take you to a 1964 graduation speech he made in Michigan in which he talks about the Great Society.http…
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Center Every player's position is important. The center hikes the ball to the QB. No center, no hiking the ball. He's also the closest one to the QB, so if he doesn't block well, the QB would get sacked every time. The Center is responsible for calling the blocking assignments of the offensive …
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Bicentennial means it has happened yearly for 200 years or once every 200 years. Bi- (dual, two) cent- (100, 1/100)
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President Ford pardoned Richard Nixon to try and put Watergate in the past and concentrate on the important problems the USA had in 1974, such as the Energy Crisis, and unemployment, and the fact that the Communists were threatening to overrun South Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos Watergate was a "thir…
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Gerald Ford became president because he was vice-president when President Richard Nixon resigned that office. Interestingly, he was not elected vice-president but was appointed to this position after Spiro Agnew resigned.
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Gerald Ford became Nixon's Vice President after Agnew resigned. Thus when Nixon resigned, Ford was next in line and became President.
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no no..the presidential candidate decides whom he will appoint to run as vice president with him
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In the United States, the President is chosen by popular vote, which determines who the members of the Electoral College for each state will vote for. The president will live in the White House.
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yes with the Emancipation Proclamation
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Dwight D. Eisenhower was a hero to Gerald Ford for the same reasons he was a hero to a lot of Americans. He was confident, down-to-earth, and a war hero in World War II.
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ANSWER The Emancipation Proclamation was instituted at a time during the war when the north was losing and it was used to create unrest in the south. The slaves weren't freed they were only freed in the south. The last 2 states to give up their slaves were Ohio and Delaware 2 years after the war. Ge…
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He ordered an airlift of about 300,000 Vietnamese refugees into the United States
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to be a homosexual
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In 1780, the abolitionist movement began in England, and carried over into the US. Members formed the Underground Railroad to help slaves who escaped captivity. Legislation was passed in 1850 to ban the slave trade within the United States.In disgust of the northern states expansion of the federal g…
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August 9, 1974 to January 20, 1977
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Lincoln was actually for slavery for a while. He didn't really care much about slavery problems until the early 1860s. I think he either changed his mind or he thought it would be good for his next election.
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President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth, at Ford's Theater, on April 14, 1865. President Lincoln died the next morning at the Petersen Boarding House across the street from Ford's Theater, at 7:22am.
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Gerald Ford was President from 9 August 1974 until 20 January 1977.
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Gerald Ford was President from August 9, 1974, when Nixon resigned his office, until January 20,1977 when he was replaced by Jimmy Carter after losing his bid for another term.
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President Lincoln was shot in Ford's Theater in Washington DC; he was sitting inside the State Box (an enclosed room with an opening facing the stage.) with his wife, Major Henry Rathbone, and the Major's fiancé, Clara Harris. It was between 10:15 P.M. and 10:30 P.M., and the play was now in its t…
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To be elected president of the U.S. a person must be at least 35 years old.And gay
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He is elected in conjunction with the person running as president .
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Gerald Ford died on December 26, 2006 at the age of 93.Gerald R. Ford died in December 26,2006
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Lincoln issued an Executive Order called the Emancipation Proclamation.monkey
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It's quite possible no one will ever know all the answers. For sure, the whole Watergate scandal and the impending Impeachment trail proved just too distracting in conducting other important matters challenging the nation at that time. As Ford said, when issuing the pardon: "Our national nightmare i…
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Hillary Clinton?
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The President can grant pardons for crimes against the USA.
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Answer George Washington.
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Gerald Ford
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he died of heart attack.
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the majority vote of the electoral college
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Benjamin Harrison and his grandfather William Henry Harrison.
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On 4 March 1861. andMarch 4, 1865.
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January 20th, 1969
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It's not common but not unheard of. People are different when they are teenagers, then you become and adult and you face new challenges which ruin the realtionship.
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It may have been important in the healing process, it did however provoke considerable negative reaction which hurt him when he ran for a term of his own.
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The President is elected every four years.
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PAMET was founded in 1964 and has had a total of 13 presidents to date. The former president was Leila M. Florento.
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The final executive order of the Emancipation Proclamation, only freed slaves in the areas of the Confederacy that had not already returned to Union/federal control by January 1863. The thirteenth Amendment. abolished and outlawed slavery, throughout the US. It was ratified by 3/4 of the states in …
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That was the Emancipation Proclamation, which declared Southern slaves to be 'thenceforward and forever free', but only in the states that Lincoln did not control! (He allowed slavery to continue in the four slave-states that had remained loyal.)Lincoln was not actually deciding to free the slaves. …
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Some say because of his illegal wiretapping in the Watergate affair. Some say by continuing and expanding the US war in Vietnam, he killed thousands of US citizens and thousands of Asians. That makes him a bad president and a bad man. It makes him a war criminal. Nixon attacked Cambodia, see link …
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Yes, Ford released Proclamation 4311 on September 8, 1974 which gave Nixon a complete pardon for any criminal acts committed before his resignation.
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Both men's and woman's 300m hurdles races have 8 hurdles in them. However, the 300m hurdle race is not run professionally or in collegiate competition. Instead, the 400m hurdles is run, with 10 hurdles.
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93 when he died
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Start with the Constitution. The basic process of selecting the President of the United States is spelled out in the U.S. Constitution, and it has been modified by the 12th, 22nd, and 23rd amendments. Many additional steps have been added over the years, by custom and by state law -- the process has…
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he died of a heart failure Dec.26,2006 at his home in Rancho Mirage
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Gerald Ford changed his middle name from Rudolff to Rudolph when he was 22 years old.
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Among other qualifications, candidates must be at least 35 to run for the office.
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by Gerald ford after Nixon left office
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President Gerald R. Ford did well in the first two televised debates, while he was in office.
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Bowhead Whales are the most probable answer with some researchers believing that, left to their own devices away from man, they could reach the ripe old age of 200. Certainly on land, elephants enjoy a long lifespan (again if left to their own devices) and can live to around 70 years.
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Betty Nguyen announced on her FaceBook page that she is engaged.
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As of the 2008 Rose Bowl, the University of Hawaii has never played in a Rose Bowl game.
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Just like the United States Congress and its two houses, the Electoral College is a system that is a compromise that satisfies both large and small states in how their constituents elect the President. Like the congress, the peoples representation in the seat of the President is based on population …
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Across the United States there are 26,407 public secondary schools and 10,693 private secondary schools. (Digest of Education Statistics, 2001, Table 89)
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Gerald Ford's greatest success as president was reestablishing the faith and trust America had in the presidential position. Because of Nixon and the Watergate Scandal, Many people distrusted the president. In the time he was in office, Ford made America forgive and forget Nixon
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Gerald R. Ford is known for two firsts: he gave a Presidential Pardon to the only resigned President (Richard Nixon), and he is the only American to have served as Vice-President and President without being elected to either office.
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he was goodTo improve this answer. . .he pardoned Nixon, this is up to you to decide if that was good or badhe saved taxpayers over $9.2 billion and was good for the economy so yes he was good
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There are two, one in Platanos and the other in Lakki.
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anyone who has not been impeached
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7 innings for most high schools
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Ford died at the age of 93 years and 165 days on December 26, 2006 at his home in Rancho Mirage, California of arteriosclerotic cerebrovascular disease and diffuse arteriosclerosis. He was the oldest president when he died; he outlived Ronald Reagan by 40 days.
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Because that's how our government was made its in our constitution, and we need someone to be a leader, but to make sure they don't abuse power their is separation of power between the branches of government and the president can only serve 4 years then get re-elected once.
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No. Betty Ford died July 8, 2011 at age 93 at the Eisenhower Medical Center at Rancho Mirage , California.
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Gerald Ford was U. S. President for about two years and five months, from August, 1974 until January, 1977.
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He was a General in the War of 1812 where he lead his troops to victory.
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John Tyler became President when William Henry Harrison died (he got sick during his inauguration ceremony, and died a month later). Harrison was the first President to die in office, so it was unclear exactly what was supposed to happen (the Constitution wasn't clear); Tyler was quickly sworn in as…
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Gerald Ford was president during the years 1974-1977. ford was appointed vice president by Richard Nixon after the resignation of spiro agnew. then in august of 1974 when Nixon resigned ford became president until 1977 when he lost the election to jimmy carter.
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Lincoln freed the slaves in the year 1863.In fact, Lincoln didn't free a single slave. He was very careful not to anger any slave owners in states friendly to the north by excluding those areas from the Emancipation Proclamation.
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He died at the age of 93 on December 26, 2006. He is buried at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum in Grand Rapids.
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he never wanted to be president. he said his goal was to become speaker of the house. that never happend because when spiro agnew resigned as vice president Nixon chose ford to replace him then nine months later when Nixon resigned ford became president.
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The President with the longest lifespan was Gerald R. Ford, who lived for 93 years, 5 months, and 9 days, followed by Ronald Reagan with 93 years, 3 months, and 28 days.
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Ex-president Gerald Ford was 93 years old when he died on December 26, 2006. (birthdate July 14, 1913) When he died, Ford was the longest-living President in US history. (Ex-Presidents Jimmy Carter and George H. Bush would be 93 in 2017.)
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Gerald Ford was 61 at his inauguration.
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Gerald Ford was born on July 14, 1913 and died on December 26, 2006. Gerald Ford would have been 93 years old at the time of death or 102 years old today.
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Technically, all US presidents but one (we'll get to that in a minute) have been elected by the electoral college. The electoral college is nominally supposed to follow the dictates of the popular election, though on a state-by-state basis as opposed to the overall totals, which is what makes it pos…
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Gerald Ford was born on July 14, 1913.
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He was really into law And he loved poloticts
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Gerald R. Ford (1913-2006) became the 38th President of the United States when Richard Nixon resigned. Ford became Vice President on December 6, 1973, after the resignation of Spiro T. Agnew in October, 1973.
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September 22nd, 1862, when he signed the Emancipation Proclamation, and later this was built on by another order on January 1st, 1863. After these were signed, a couple of years passed and people quickly began to free slaves. Sometime in July of 1865, all the slaves in America had finally been set f…
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August 9, 1974 was the date that Ford took office.
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Gerald Ford was the Vice President of the United States from December of 1973 to August of 1974. He was succeeded by Nelson Rockefeller.
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Gerald Ford earned some money as a model for Cosmopolitan and Look magazines in the 1940s. Modeling was never his main job.
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Gerald Ford aka Leslie King Jr. He became the Vice President when Spiro Agnew had to resign as Vice President, owing to his involvement in the tea pot dome scandal. And later when Richard Nixon resigned in 1974 due to Watergate scandal, he became the President.
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Gerald R. Ford
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Nelson Rockefeller was the vice-president chosen by Gerald Ford and approved by Congress.
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Ford was the 38th President of the United States. He was also a 12-term Republican leader in Congress and vice-president of the United States,
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He was president for 3 years
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