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Andrew Johnson was the 17th President of the United States and served from April 15, 1865 to March 4, 1869.
From the issue of federal assumption of the various state debts, to the issue of slavery, to the issue of the location of the capital, sectionalism always played a key role in politics in the 18th and 19th centuries. As the US expanded, the states created were either free or slave states. This was …
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Andrew Johnson did not have a middle name.
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he was a president
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He tried to fire the secretary of war, Edwin stanton, in violation of the tenure of office act.
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The underlying source of conflict between President Johnson and the Radical Republicans in Congress was caused by their belief that Johnson was a Southern sympathizer who would undermine Congress' plans for Reconstruction. Johnson favored allowing the Confederate states back into the Union if a cert…
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Clinton was impeached by The House Of Representatives, because of allegedly lying about a sexual encounter he had with a junior member of the White House staff. What really got him into trouble was lying about it under oath. He was acquitted of the charge by the Senate. For more information see r…
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Andrew Johnson was impeached in 1868 for violating the Tenure of Office Act. He was not removed from office. His defense questioned the constitutionality of the Act which was later rules unconstitutional.
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President Johnson was impeached for violating the Tenure of Office Act, but never removed from office. The Tenure of Office Act prohibited the President from firing any official who had been placed in office with the "advice and consent" of the Senate unless the Senate also approved the removal. P…
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He did not think it was good and for that he did your mom a favore of walking in to the ocean and drowning
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They did not like his reconstruction plan
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Reconstruction was the major domestic issue during Andrew Johnson's presidency. It was during his presidency that the Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth Amendments went into effect.
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He was a Republican when he was elected vice- president but most of his life he was a Democrat. His old party split when the Civil War began and Lincoln picked him as a running mate. After he was President he went back to the Democrats.
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William "Bill" Jefferson Clinton was impeached under the ruling of perjury and obstruction of justice.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Founding_Fathers_of_the_United_States
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Andrew Johnson was US President from 1865 until March 1869. He became the 17tj president when Lincoln was killed . Andrew Johnson was elected as vice president with Lincoln in 1864. He was US senator from Tennessee when Tennessee seceded and he was the only Senator from a seceding state that remaine…
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US President Theodore Roosevelt wrote 37 books. One of his most popular pieces was a book titled 'The Man in the Arena'.
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Jimmy Carter
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the congress didn't like him much because of choices he made^|Well that is vague There were many reasons but the main one was... He fired the Secretary of War without the approval of the senate.
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1. Seward's Folly: buying Alaska from Russia 2. Readmission of seceded states 3. Creation of the U.S. Department of Agriculture
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Mamie Johnson was one of three women to play in the Negro League, the other two being Connie Morgan and Toni Stone. According to nlbpa.com, Mamie, who was born September 27, 1935 currently manages the Negro Baseball League's Memorabilia Shop in Prince Georges County, Maryland. So yes,she is still al…
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tennessee yeeeeeeeeeeehhhaaaaaaaaaaa lol
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Two U.S. presidents have been impeached: Andrew Johnson, the seventeenth chief executive, and William J. Clinton, the forty-second. ----------------------- While both were impeached, neither Johnson nor Clinton were convicted.
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He finished Lincoln's plan
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George Clinton. He served in Jefferson's second term and Madison's first.
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US President Andrew Johnson was born on December 29, 1808.
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Sources give "The Tennessee Tailor" , "Sir Veto","Father of the Homestead Act". I don't think any were or are widely used.
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Abraham Lincoln was assassinated while he was in office. Andrew Johnson was his Vice president so he took over on April 15, 1865.
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Andrew Bogut is 26 years old (birthdate: November 28, 1984).
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To provide a balance to the other branches and to provide a figurehead for the country to represent the country. The president leads the executive branch which within its powers and with the help of the other branches helps run the country.
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Ruin the country
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Andrew Johnson our 17th President also went though impeachment process but got cleared by one vote of the Senate. This happened twice, with Andrew Johnson and again with Bill Clinton. In both cases the Senate failed to convict, so the presidents remained in office until their terms expired.
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Bill Clinton, although it was not successful. Reagan resigned before he was impeached.
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John Tyler John Tyler.
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Answer Sir Henry Parkes was labelled the 'Father of Federation'. Also people like Edmund Barton, Alfred Deakin
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that is some thing only a little bit of people knowso ask goggle
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A 2006 article in Political Psychology attempts to use objective information to figure this out. J.Q. Adams probably had the highest IQ (165), Warren Harding probably had the lowest (107). GW Bush was around 111, Reagan was about 118. Clinton was about 135. In terms of "intellectual brilliance," Jef…
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Political Reconstruction could have succeeded ig Abraham Lincoln was president instead of Nadrew Johnson. Andrew Johnson was basically hated ROM the beganning which means congress didnt even take the time out to listen to a Democrat from the south. Lincoln would of been more willing to tweak congres…
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Juan Jose Arevalo is the founding father of Guatemala. He was a former president who brought a lot of social reforms to Guatemala.
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President Johnson was impeached for violating the Tenure of Office Act, but never removed from office. The Tenure of Office Act prohibited the President from firing any official who had been placed in office with the "advice and consent" of the Senate unless the Senate also approved the removal. P…
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Barack Obama 2009-2012
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He was sworn in on Air Force One after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas. The date was Nov. 22, 1963.
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There was no provision in the Constitution for replacing a vice president, so Johnson served the rest of Abraham Lincoln's second term without one. The procedure for choosing a new vice president wasn't established until the 25th Amendment was ratified in 1967.
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Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 Franklin Roosevelt, 1933-1945
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John Tyler (1841-1845)
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People supported slavery because they needed more workers. They didnt have to pay them so the southern states had many many slaves.
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The United States bought Alaska from Russia. According to The American Heritage® Dictionary, the territory was purchased from Russia in 1867 for $7,200,000 and was known as Seward's Folly (after Secretary of State William H. Seward, who negotiated the purchase) until gold was discovered in the late…
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William Henry Harrison. The ninth president of the United States was William "Tippecanoe" Henry Harrison (February 9, 1773 -- April 4, 1841). President Harrison was the oldest to be elected until President Reagan in 1980. Harrison was also the first president to die in office as he died one month a…
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Javon.
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Yes he was the17th President.
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Yes , as the owner of more than 100 slaves when he died, he supported the institution of slavery.
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The House Judiciary Committee originally attempted, and failed, to impeach President Johnson on vague charges in August 1867. They succeeded at impeaching him on eleven articles (primarily violations of the Tenure of Office Act) in February 1868.
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Seventeenth President of the United States Andrew Johnson was born on December 29, 1808 in Raleigh, North Carolina.
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Yes, I think Andy likes Clare.
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Andrew Jackson was a strong defender of states rights, but not to the extent that they threatened the Union. He believed in the unity of the nation above all else.
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Andrew Johnson was actually against slavery and not for it. However, contradictory to what he preached, he frequently bought his own slaves.
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Answer Kristen Johnson is an actress. She played on Third Rock from the Sun as the male alien stuck in the woman's body. She was the one who had the hots for Wayne Knight on the show.
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Larry Johnson of the Kansas City Chiefs played college ball at Penn State.
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to eliminate all black rights; completely segregate blacks from whites during reconstruction.
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because he had lost alot of support among Americans so he became much less popular then he had been and they didn't like that he supported the war so he saved the shame & sum what 'resigned' ....
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a "Johnson" is a slang term for a penis!!as in "don't let your Johnson get caught in your fly"
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Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton were impeached.
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No No No No. What kind of question is that! Of course you cant. You have to wait until he his out of office but you can file impeachment files. Now no more stupid questions please.
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No US President was ever the nephew of another US President. However, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt (in office 1933-1945) was married to his fifth cousin Eleanor Roosevelt, and her uncle was President Theodore Roosevelt (in office 1901-1909).
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Johnson was never nominated for President. He became president because he was the vice-president when Lincoln died. He became a candidate for vice-president at the request of Lincoln. He received votes in the early ballots at the Democratic Convention in 1868 trailing George Pendlelton and Winfield …
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None of the reputable biography sites list a middle name for him, so his parents may not have given him one.
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Andrew Johnson wanted to punish the Southerners during Reconstruction. However, Lincoln was against this tactic and chose a more diplomatic approach.
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Richard Nixon and there was another one that i cannot remember.
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Johnson's Reconstruction plan required Southern states to ratify the 13th Amendment, which abolished slavery. His other goal was to create national unity.
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Vice President Andrew Johnson took over the Presidency when President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated in April, 1865. Vice President Lyndon Johnson took over the Presidency when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in November, 1963.
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Of political differences with the Congress, certainly. But of high crimes and misdemeanors as required by the Constitution, no. The Supreme Court decision 58 years later in the case of Myers vs United States finally vindicated Johnson's position that the Tenure of Office Act was unconstitutional. …
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Everything...what didn't he do wrong?
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Type your answer here... he died of a massive hart attack
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The minimum they are worth is their face value. They are still valid postage. A quick look on eBay found one could purchase a full sheet (32) for $4.99, plus $4 shipping. http://cgi.eBay.com/U-S-Postage-Full-Sheet-6-cent-Stamps-Dwight-Eisenhower_W0QQitemZ260182274428QQihZ016QQcategoryZ265QQrdZ1QQs…
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He was elected into the Illinois state legislature, became a Congressman, retired to practice law, resumed politics and ran for president.
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Johnson wife was Eliza McCardle ( b. on Oct. 4, 1810 , Telford, Tennessee ; d. Jan. 15, 1876 in Greeneville, Tennessee ) They were married May 17, 1827, at the home of the bride's mother in Greeneville.
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Eliza McCardle was Andrew Johnson's wife's maiden name.
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he came from Europe and died in 2001
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He and his followers created the modern democratic party.
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To offer pardon and amnesty to participants in the rebellion who pledged loyalty to the Union(unless that person was worth more then 20,000 dollars then they had to get pardon by the president himself) and support for the end of slavery.Designated William Holden as provisional governor of North Caro…
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Andrew Johnson was the 17th president of the United States.
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Clinton was never impeached
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his weak stance against Georgia's aggression in claiming Native American lands
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Andrew Clements was born on May 29, 1949.
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On February 24, 1868, the House Judiciary Committee, lead by Thaddeus Stevens (PA), presented a resolution to the House of Representatives calling for the impeachment of President Andrew Johnson. The House, dominated by Radical Republicans, voted 126-47 (17 absent) in favor of impeachment. House Jud…
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To offer pardon and amnesty to participants in the rebellion who pledged loyalty to the Union(unless that person was worth more then 20,000 dollars then they had to get pardon by the president himself) and support for the end of slavery.Designated William Holden as provisional governor of North Caro…
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who elects the US president
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The House of Representatives impeached President Andrew Johnson in February 1868; he was acquitted at his Senate trial in May 1868.
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April 1st 1868
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Eliza McCardle Johnson died on January 18, 1876 of "consumption", which is another name for tuberculosis.
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Grant followed Andrew Johnson and Nixon followed Lyndon Johnson.
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Andrew Johnson tried to carry out Lincoln's plan for reconstruction , get the Southern states back into the union and deal with the freed slaves. He was faced with conflicts everywhere- from Congress which wanted to punish the South and from the Southerner who hated the union troops and the idea of…
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