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2010-01-13 02:48:05
2010-01-13 02:48:05

Lame duck

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the 20th amendment's nickname was the lame duck amendment

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"Lame Duck" really it is

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The 20th amendment which is also known as the "lame duck" amendment

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I believe it's the Susan B. Anthony amendment.

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Its always on the 20th of January. It is the 20th amendment which was ratified in 1933

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Set term limits for the Presidents.

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I have no idea so sorry.


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