Which President was known as the Son of a President?
Adams and Bush
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The first US Presidents who were father and son were John Adams andJohn Quincy Adams (the 2nd President and the 6th President). George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush are the second and most recentfather-son pair that were US Presidents (the 41st and 43rd USPresidents). .
The first son of a president to also serve as president was John Quincy Adams (1825-29), son of John Adams (1797-1801). The only other son of a president to serve as president was George W. Bush, son of George H.W. Bush.
As of 2013, there have been two sets of fathers and sons who were President. John and John Quincy Adams (numbers 2 and 6), and more recently George and George W. Bush (numbers 41 and 43).
George W Bush, elected in 2000 as the 43rd President, is the son of George H. W. Bush, the 41st President. The 6th President, John Quincy Adams was elected in 1824 and became the first President who was the son of a former President (John Adams, the 2nd President). (President Franklin Delano R…oosevelt's wife Eleanor was the niece of Theodore Roosevelt.) ( Full Answer )
John Tyler. He started out as a Whig, but was kicked out of theparty when he vetoed the banking bill. The description also appliedto Andrew Johnson, who was only a Republican for 4 years when hewas vice-president and president, but was a Democrat before andafter.
George W. Bush is the son of former president George H. W. Bush.George W. Bush was the 43rd president of the United States.
The first person to become president that had a father who was alsopresident was John Quincy Adams. Adams was the sixth president ofthe United States.
Two US Presidents had sons who also became Presidents. John Adams (2nd President ) was the father of John Quincy Adams (6th President) . George H. W. Bush (41st President) is the father of George W. Bush (43rd President) On a related note, William Henry Harrison (9th President) was th…e grandfather of Benjamin Harrison (23rd President). ( Full Answer )
Andrew Jackson was the first president that was not born intowealth and considered himself a spokesman for the common man. Hewas known as the "Common Man's President" and "Champion of theCommon Man."
There have been two US Presidents who were the sons of men who had been Presidents themselves: . John Quincy Adams , the sixth president, was the son of John Adams, the second President. . George Walker Bush , the 43rd president, was the son of George Herbert Walker Bush, the 41st president (an…d vice-president to Ronald Reagan, the 40th president). ( Full Answer )
It was President George W. Bush who openly promoted the idea of "compassionate conservatism" as if that would rehabilitate the principles of conservatism and make them more appealing to a "knee jerk" liberal crowd. Conservative, Liberal, Right, Left, Centrist, Progressive, Libertarian, Federalist,… Democrat, Republican, what the heck does it all mean any more? In the United States of America, if conservatives are not conserving the Constitution and the rights of individuals then what the heck are they conserving? If liberals aren't taking a liberal view of the Constitution, then what are they taking a liberal view of? So many of the so called conservatives today adhere to a religious and socially suppressed view of the world it's as if they never even read the Constitution at all. The so-called liberals today cling so tightly to Marxist ideals it is their own particular dogma and they remain ever so conservative in their adherence. The Republican party is no more conservative than the Democratic party is in terms of government representation of the self governed. Both seek to expand the powers of government and defend intrusives laws as necessary to promote the general welfare in a complex and maddening world. The only thing complex and maddening about this world are the bureaucracies that complicate our lives to the point of insanity. "Compassionate conservative", what exactly does that mean? What is a neo-conservative? Are there any traditional liberals? Compassionate conservatism cant be implemented with a straight face. How could anyone not bust out laughing after promising to keep tight the reigns on government but will create new and better social programs? How can a Republican not see his own audacity when he defines conservatism as a tax cut? At least the liberals are honest about their desire to tax all things taxable. Republicans want those taxes too, they just think they can fool people into believing it is really painful for them to raise taxes. When Republican Senators and Representatives appear on the news shows that feature talking heads they are presented as the conservative viewpoint but we hear them lecture us about how that Constitution doesn't grant this right or that. To hear a liberal say such a thing is understandable, to hear a self professed conservative say such a thing is to listen to the conservative side of liberalism where what is being conserved is the neighborhood that Richie Cunningham and Fonzie grew up in, preserved down to the bobby socks and pig tails, the Dungarees folded at the cuff and crew cuts for the boys. That's the spirit of the Constitution. Happy days! Compassionate conservatism!! ( Full Answer )
John Adams (1735-1826) was the second President from March 4, 1797 to March 4, 1801 and his son, John Quincy Adams (1767-1848) was the sixth President from March 4, 1825 to March 4, 1829. George Herbert Walker Bush (1924-) was the fourty-first President from January 20, 1989 to January 20, 1993 and …his son, George Walker Bush (1946-) was the fourty-third President from January 20, 2001 to January 20, 2009. ( Full Answer )
The 6th President, John Quincy Adams, was the son of the 2nd President, John Adams.
George W. Bush and John Quincy Adams were the two U.S. Presidentsthat were sons of former presidents. Their fathers were George Bushthe 41st president and John Adams, the second president.
LOTS of US presidents have had sons. Perhaps you mean, which president had a son who also became president? The answer to that is George H.W. Bush, whose son is George W. Bush.
Mckinely was in favour of becoming more involved in world affairs, especially in trade. In 1898 the Spanish-American war resulted in America gaining control of Guam, Puerto Rico and the Philippines. This was a turning point in history as previously the USA had been isolationist and looked down upon …imperialist ideologies. ( Full Answer )
George Herbert Walker Bush (41st President) had four sons : George, Jeb, Neil, and Marvin.
John Adams, the second president, and his son John Quincy Adams, the sixth. Also, George H. W. Bush, the forty-first president, and his son George W. Bush, the forty-third president.
George W. Bush (43rh president) who was the son of George H.W. Bush (41st president) John Quincy Adams (6th president ) was the eldest son o John Adams (2nd president)
It is actually Martin Van Buren, Van Buren was known as the Little Magician. I did not find a president nicknamed the little president but my logic makes me believe this term refers to James Madison, the shortest president at 5 feet 2 inches tall.
Father - son presidents were 2 nd President John Adams and 6 th President John Quincy Adams 41 st President George H.W. Bush and 43 rd George W. Bush
John Scott Harrison (1804-1878) had this honor. His father was Wm Henry and his son was Benjamin. John served a term in Congress.
Willie Lincoln was ther youngest son of Abraham & Marry Lincoln. . From, Bryan Hollick
John Adam's son, John Quincy Adams, was the sixth US president. George Bush's son, George W. Bush, was a United States president. (Franklin and Theodore Roosevelt were cousins.)
I think that many presidents are known very well, but here are just a few. Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, Theodore Roosevelt, Grant, and John F Kennedy.
Several presidents lived to see a son die-- Abraham Lincoln lost two young sons, Calvin Coolidge's son also died young... but they were not climbing mountains. Mr. Lincoln's son Eddie died at the age of four, probably from tuberculosis; another son, Willie, died at age 11, probably of typhoid. A thi…rd son, Tad lived only to the age of 18 and died of heart disease. Calvin Coolidge's son was also in his teens when he died of blood poisoning. Another president whose sons died was Franklin Pierce-- his young son Frank died at age four, from typhus, and his son Benjamin died in a railroad accident at age 11. Also, John F. Kennedy had an infant son Patrick, who only lived for a couple of days. ( Full Answer )
FDR (Roosevelt), JFK ( Kennedy), LBJ ( Johnson) and not so much HST (Truman) were known by their initials. W (George W. Bush( was known by just his middle initial.
There are two churches that are often called the "Church of the Presidents" in Washington D.C. The first is St. John's Church, located in Lafayette Square near the White House. St. Johns is a Protestant Episcopal Church and every single U.S. President since James Madison has attended services ther…e at least a handful of times during his tenure. Pew 54 is reserved for the President and his guests at each service. A lesser known 'Church of the Presidents' is United First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church in Quincy, Massachusetts. It is the burial place of John Adams and John Quincy Adams and their wives. The official website for each of these churches is found below. ( Full Answer )
John Quincy Adams , the sixth US president, who served one term as President from 1825 until 1829, was the son of Second President John Adams.
The hingledingle. It's when all members of congress gather and decide who gets to hingle his dingle.
George H. W. Bush had two sons that were governors of Texas and of Florida. Taft's grandson was governor of Ohio.
I'm guessing you mean conservation. If this is the case, I would have to say Theodore Roosevelt, although there are others as well.
Some of the least known presidents are Millard fillmore, the 13th president, Polk, and others between Jackson and Lincoln
They are John and John Quincy Adams, and George H. W. and George W. Bush.
Lincoln was billed as the rail-splitter because that was a job he did when he was younger and I think the people who ran campaigns thought it gave him a common touch that would appeal to some voters. (In case you do not know, a rail is a part of a log that was used to build rail fences. Logs about… 5 feet long were split length wise using a wedge and an ax into one or maybe four parts. It was hard work. The rails were put together in a characteristic way to build a fence . Such fences can be seen in historical locations now. When I was a boy back in 1950, you could still see a few rail fences along the highways in Missouri. ) ( Full Answer )
John Adams and John Q. Adams, as well as George Bush and George W. Bush.
George W. Bush (Son) and George H. W. Bush (Father) ... Also John Quincy Adams (Son) and John Adams (Son)
John Quincy Adams (#6) was the son of John Adams(#2) and George W. Bush (# 43) was the son of George H. W. Bush (#41)
John Adams, the second president, had children, one of whom became President. The first President, Washington, was seemingly unable to father children.
I do not think that any president's child had an acting career. Ron Reagan was a professional dancer. Tad Lincoln liked to hang around the theater.
George H. W. Bush was the son of Prescott Bush who was a US Senator from Connecticut from 1952 until 1962.
Franklin Pierce was the son of Benjamin Pierce, two-term governor of New Hampshire. (William Henry Harrison's father , Benjamin, was governor or Virginia before it became a state. )
This is the polite way to refer to the president of the United States, when asking him a question at a press conference or a meeting. Thus, in 2012, the person who is "Mr. President" is Barack Obama. If the president is ever a woman, she would probably be given the title of Madame President.
6th U.S. President John Quincy Adams was the son of 2nd President John Adams, and 43rd President George W. Bush is the son of 41st President George H. W. Bush.
The 2 presidents that had sons named after them are John Adams and George Washington. Thanks and it is me Saddie Dale again. I love going in wiki answers.com. Anyway i am pretty sure that is the correct answer. Thanks.
Richard Nixon made this noteworthy speech after he was accused to improprieties with campaign funding. "Checkers" was a dog that he had accepted as a gift.
John Adams and George Bush. Their sons who became president were John Quincy Adams and George W. Bush.
Trick question, he doesn't have one. Double trick question! You didn't specify which president. This answer has more twits than a Night M. Shamylan movie.
No, this is an internet myth. The president has two daughters, and no other children.
John Quincy Adams was the son of John Adams, and George W. Bush is the son of George Bush.