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either abraham Lincoln, Andrew Johnson, ulysess s. grant or rutherford b hayes.

i honestly dont know out of those 4.

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Q: What president ensured his election and bargained away most of his presidential power?
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Jamestown's prosperity was ensured by?

Jamestown's prosperity was ensured by royal financial support.


What did the Fourteenth Amendment accomplish?

It ensured that blacks would be considered citizens.


Was the spoils system good or bad for American politics?

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How did the Declaration's accusations against the king affect the setup of the new American government under the Constitution?

It ensured that the new government would have separation of power.


What is the independence of judicial branch ensured by?

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What is one way the forefathers ensured that the president of the US would never become a tyrant like the king?

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Political dissent by copperheads and jealous republicans?

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