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Presidential Inaugurations

This category contains questions and answers about the history of Presidential Inaugurations, the Oath of Office, and the celebrations afterward.
Walter F. Mondale, George H. W. Bush, J. Danforth Quayle, Albert A. Gore, Jr., Richard B. Cheney & then-Vice President-Elect Joesph R. Biden
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The ceremony in which the President of the United States takes the oath of office is called an inauguration or the Presidential Inauguration.
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  Is the answer   a. return of jeffersonian simplicity   b.newly won ascendancy of the masses   c. supremacy of states' rights over federal power   d. involvement of state governments in the economy   e. act of style over substance
A presidential inauguration is a ceremony in Washington D.C. at which a president- elect is sworn in.
Some rights of Citizenship are the Amendments, such as freedom of speech and women's rights. Others such as ownership of property were taken from certain people but are now back.
No, there was not a turn upward in the months immediately before Roosevelt's inauguration. In his first year office unemployment rose to 24.9%.
1959 was the year that the 50th state, Alaska, was added.
In 1960, Richard Nixon was the vice president to President DwightEisenhower.
George Washington was 57 at the time of his first inauguration.
To be eligible for the office of President, a person must have attained the age of thirty-five, be a natural-born citizen or have lived in the United States for fourteen years at the time the Constitution was written; there is no age specification for the vice-presidency, but since the VP is second...
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When William Henry Harrison delivered his inaugural address, how long did it last?ORHow much time did William Henry Harrison take to deliver his inaugural address?
A peak experience in some way, a highlight of importance, landmark, benchmark, memorable.
John F. Kennedywon the 1960 presidential election defeating Richard Nixon. In the1960 presidential election John F. Kennedy received 303 electoralvotes, Richard Nixon received 219 electoral votes, and Harry Byrdreceived 15 electoral votes. The popular vote totals were Kennedy34,226,731 and Nixon 34...
Calvin Coolidge was the only President to be inaugurated by his own father, Colonel Coolidge.
Congress passed the Emergency Banking Bill the day after FDR's inauguration.
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The first presidential inauguration was in New York City, which was the first US capital.
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As a young man, Lincoln had jobs, which consisted of manual labor. He was a railsplitter, and a Flatboatman. When he moved to New Salem, Illinois where he held jobs as storekeeper, postmaster, and surveyor. He then ran and lost, then ran again for state assembly in Illinois, won, and was reelected,...
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Robert Frost read a poem at Kennedy's inauguration. He was quite old and feeble and the sun was in his eyes so he had difficulty getting his poem read.
  The inauguration for the first U.S. president, George Washington, was held on April 30, 1789 in New York City. Inauguration Day was originally set for March 15, giving electors from each state nearly four months after Election Day to cast their ballots for president. In 1937, the day of...
The States selected electors who voted to elect the President and Vice President.
(paraphrased from his statue on the state Capitol grounds atConcord) Franklin Pierce was . Fourteen president of the United States ( the only one fromNH and the youngest at his time>) . a lawyer who loved his profession and was a great leader atit . a member and speaker of the New Hampshire...
January 20, 2013 will be the next presidential inauguration.
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The Twenty-seventh Amendment forbids any law that increases or decreases the salary of members of the Congress from taking effect until the start of the next set of terms of office for Representatives.
Franklin Pierce was the only president to say "I promise" instead of "I swear" at his inauguration. Herbert Hoover also affirmed the oath, which is a constitutional alternative to swearing. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Which_US_president_said_'I_promise'_instead_of_'I_swear'_at_his...
because the former president either died or resigned 14 U. S. Vice Presidents became President. 8 of them ascended to the presidency upon the death of the president. 4 of them were the incumbent vice president when they won a presidential election. 1 of them was a former vice president when he...
The president-elect was sworn in becoming President of the United States of America.
Teddy Roosevelt won the 1904 presidential election defeating AltonParker. In the 1904 presidential election Teddy Roosevelt received336 electoral votes and Alton Parker received 140 electoral votes.The popular vote totals were Roosevelt 7,626,593 and Parker5,082,898.
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There is no group or political party called the "presidential party".
  Except for Washington's first inauguration, when he was sworn in on April 30, 1789, all presidents until 1937 were inaugurated on March 4.The date was changed to January 20 by the 20th Amendment in 1933.
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There are more than 20 complex sentences in John F. Kennedy's Inaugural address
The Parliamentary system in comparison was an emergent system that grew out of the need to route power away from a Monarch while still maintaining their ceremonial authority. It mixes the executive and legislative arms of government, yet has proven a fairly stable form of liberal democracy.It is...
The Philippines is an independent nation in the Pacific Ocean south of Japan, so, 'no'.
The President has tremendous powers, not all given to him at the same time, some powers come into play during war, disaster, whatever, but this is a very vague question and should be fine tuned to a specific power or area of power.
Transportation and communication methods had improved tremendously since the Constitution was written. This made it possible to certify the election more quickly and made it easy for elected officials to get to Washington and removed any reason to wait until March to install the new government....
It was a Roosevelt family Bible, probably King James Version. It was opened to I Corinthians 13.
in fact since the inauguration of President Obama
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The Chief Justice of the US has administered the oath in recent years.
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John F. Kennedywon the 1960 presidential election defeating Richard Nixon. In the1960 presidential election John F. Kennedy received 303 electoralvotes, Richard Nixon received 219 electoral votes, and Harry Byrdreceived 15 electoral votes. The popular vote totals were Kennedy34,226,731 and Nixon 34...
Yes- every inauguration is a reason for a ball.
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California has 55 electoral votes. That is more than any otherstate.