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New York Magazine
Trump’s Firsts and Near-Firsts As a Major-Party Presidential Nomineenominee to resort to the bankruptcy laws. The most famous financially desperate
Trump’s Firsts and Near-Firsts As a Major-Party Presidential Nominee
New York Magazine / Posted yesterday
nominee to resort to the bankruptcy laws. The most famous financially desperate former president was U.S. Grant, but William McKinley, and — according to one report — Abraham Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson had to obtain the protection of law... Read more
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Irish Examiner
This will be oldest presidential race in US historyat 43 but the youngest-ever occupant was Teddy Roosevelt who was 42 when he bec
This will be oldest presidential race in US history
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
at 43 but the youngest-ever occupant was Teddy Roosevelt who was 42 when he became president after the assassination of William McKinley in 1901. A younger candidate can certainly generate a sense of excitement, fuelled by optimism and a... Read more
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FOX News
Karl Rove: Trump’s bluster, Cruz’s thunder and Hillary’s ‘woman card’ misstepWall Street Journal. Mr. Rove helped organize the political-action committee Am
Karl Rove: Trump’s bluster, Cruz’s thunder and Hillary’s ‘woman card’ misstep
FOX News / Posted 2 days ago
Wall Street Journal. Mr. Rove helped organize the political-action committee American Crossroads. His latest book is "The Triumph of William McKinley: Why the Election of 1896 Still Matters" (Simon & Schuster, 2015). Follow him on Twitter @Karl... Read more
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The Morning Call
A killer musical: Allentown's Civic Theatre presents 'Assassins'assassins are Booth; Charles Guiteau (Kirk Lawrence), who killed James Garfield
A killer musical: Allentown's Civic Theatre presents 'Assassins'
The Morning Call / Posted 3 days ago
assassins are Booth; Charles Guiteau (Kirk Lawrence), who killed James Garfield; Zeon Czolgosz (Will Morris), who killed William McKinley, and Lee Harvey Oswald (Matt Meches), who killed John F. Kennedy. The unsuccessful assassins are Giuseppe... Read more
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The Columbian
The single best joke told by each of the presidentsmirabile dictu.” • Theodore Roosevelt, on Taft: “A flub-dub with a streak of t
The single best joke told by each of the presidents
The Columbian / Posted 4 days ago
mirabile dictu.” • Theodore Roosevelt, on Taft: “A flub-dub with a streak of the second rate and common in him.” • William McKinley, to his outgoing secretary of state, William R. Day, after he expressed sadness for leaving: “Well, Judge... Read more
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Minot Daily News
North Dakota’s Western Treasureriver also passes the Elkhorn Ranch site, which was once the headquarters of Th
North Dakota’s Western Treasure
Minot Daily News / Posted 4 days ago
river also passes the Elkhorn Ranch site, which was once the headquarters of Theodore Roosevelt. The park's namesake became president of the United States following the assassination of William McKinley in 1901. He would win re-election... Read more
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TribLIVE
Single best joke told by every president, from Obama to Washingtonsumma cum laude, and some are graduated mirabile dictu.” “A flub-dub with a st
Single best joke told by every president, from Obama to Washington
TribLIVE / Posted 5 days ago
summa cum laude, and some are graduated mirabile dictu.” “A flub-dub with a streak of the second rate and common in him.” William McKinley, to his outgoing secretary of state, William R. Day, after he expressed sadness for leaving: “Well, Judge... Read more
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The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press
Still Plenty Of High End Rentals Available, For A Price!that’s 50 percent off. It’s practically like buying a Christmas tree on Decembe
Still Plenty Of High End Rentals Available, For A Price!
The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press / Posted 6 days ago
that’s 50 percent off. It’s practically like buying a Christmas tree on December 26. The house was built in 1900, when William McKinley was president (for his second term, he would select as vice president former Montauk “resident” Theodore... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
The single best joke told by every president, from Obama to WashingtonRoosevelt, on Taft • "Well, Judge Day, every change so far in the office of se
The single best joke told by every president, from Obama to Washington
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 6 days ago
Roosevelt, on Taft • "Well, Judge Day, every change so far in the office of secretary of state has been an improvement!" - William McKinley, to his outgoing secretary of state, William R. Day, after he expressed sadness for leaving. • "No man has... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
The single best joke told by every president, from Obama to Washingtonmirabile dictu." - Theodore Roosevelt, on Taft "A flub-dub with a streak of t
The single best joke told by every president, from Obama to Washington
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 7 days ago
mirabile dictu." - Theodore Roosevelt, on Taft "A flub-dub with a streak of the second rate and common in him." - William McKinley, to his outgoing secretary of state, William R. Day, after he expressed sadness for leaving. "Well, Judge... Read more
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FOX 8 WGHP
Death penalty ruled out in February shooting death& Record. Lemuel Lee Harris, 24, of Greensboro, was charged with first-degree
Death penalty ruled out in February shooting death
FOX 8 WGHP / Posted 7 days ago
& Record. Lemuel Lee Harris, 24, of Greensboro, was charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of 25-year-old William McKinley Spencer III. Police found Spencer’s body in a wooded area behind Georgetown Manor Apartments on Feb.... Read more
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The News & Observer
Obama the worst president ever? Not even closeCongress overturned; favored state control over who could vote, based on race;
Obama the worst president ever? Not even close
The News & Observer / Posted 11 days ago
Congress overturned; favored state control over who could vote, based on race; barely survived an impeachment trial. ▪ William McKinley – started the completely unnecessary Spanish-American War as a way to extend America’s imperialist reach;... Read more
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The Christian Post
Harriet Tubman's Methodist Faithwas buried with a crucifix and a medal from Queen Victoria. Tubman will be the
Harriet Tubman's Methodist Faith
The Christian Post / Posted 13 days ago
was buried with a crucifix and a medal from Queen Victoria. Tubman will be the third Methodist, after Ulysses Grant and William McKinley, to appear on USA currency. All three were shaped by the Civil War and the abolition of slavery. All three... Read more
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The Atlantic
Credit Bureaus Were the NSA of the 19th CenturyAbraham Lincoln, at one point, was a correspondent for an agency; so were Presi
Credit Bureaus Were the NSA of the 19th Century
The Atlantic / Posted 13 days ago
Abraham Lincoln, at one point, was a correspondent for an agency; so were Presidents Chester Arthur, Grover Cleveland, and William McKinley). Eventually the agencies would move on from such unreliable sources and resort to full-time credit... Read more
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York Daily Record
Karl Rove speaks to Manufacturers' AssociationRobb Hanrahan. With so many stories, it was no surprise that he used the oppor
Karl Rove speaks to Manufacturers' Association
York Daily Record / Posted 13 days ago
Robb Hanrahan. With so many stories, it was no surprise that he used the opportunity to plug his new book, "The Triumph of William McKinley: Why the Election of 1896 Still Matters," and stayed for a book signing following his event. But it wasn't... Read more
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The Mercury News
Herhold: The last move of Thomas Fallonthe face of it, the relocation of the Fallon bronze is an insult. You don't hea
Herhold: The last move of Thomas Fallon
The Mercury News / Posted 14 days ago
the face of it, the relocation of the Fallon bronze is an insult. You don't hear anyone talking about moving the statue of William McKinley in St. James Park. Nobody is seriously advocating scooping Quetzalcoatl from the Plaza de Cesar... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Actress, Author Marilu Henner To Talk About New Memoir At R.J. JuliaThe Rise Of American Imperialism." Hay was Abraham Lincoln's private secretary
Actress, Author Marilu Henner To Talk About New Memoir At R.J. Julia
Hartford Courant / Posted 14 days ago
The Rise Of American Imperialism." Hay was Abraham Lincoln's private secretary and later secretary of state for presidents William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt. He grew up near Twain in the 1800s and despite differences in personality and... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
school student leads Delaware effort to honor President Rutherford B. Hayesplaque on a slab of marble in front of a BP gas station, the site of Hayes’ boy
school student leads Delaware effort to honor President Rutherford B. Hayes
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 15 days ago
plaque on a slab of marble in front of a BP gas station, the site of Hayes’ boyhood home. Presidents Warren G. Harding and William McKinley have massive walk-in tombs in Marion and Canton, James A. Garfield has a national historic site in Mentor... Read more
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Lisbon Morning Journal
Wilbur ‘Bill’ Bergertworked as a sales representative for American Standard of Cleveland for 30 year
Wilbur ‘Bill’ Bergert
Lisbon Morning Journal / Posted 15 days ago
worked as a sales representative for American Standard of Cleveland for 30 years, retiring in 1982. He was a member of the William McKinley Lodge #431 F&AM; the Scottish Rite Valley of Cincinnati; and the Syrian Shrine Temple of Cincinnati; was a... Read more
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McCook Daily Gazette
The remarkable Teddy Roosevelt, Part 2From Archives) Vice President Theodore Roosevelt became the 26th President of
The remarkable Teddy Roosevelt, Part 2
McCook Daily Gazette / Posted 16 days ago
From Archives) Vice President Theodore Roosevelt became the 26th President of the United States in 1901, when President William McKinley was assassinated. T.R.was 42 years of age, still the youngest person to become president of the United... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Secret Service Fast Factsan assassination plot while probing a group of gamblers. 1898 - A White House
Secret Service Fast Facts
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 16 days ago
an assassination plot while probing a group of gamblers. 1898 - A White House detail is established to protect President William McKinley during the Spanish-American War. After the end of the war, Secret Service operatives continue to watch over... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Key moments in Arizona historyIndian warrior to formally surrender to U.S. forces, signaling the end of the I
Key moments in Arizona history
The Arizona Republic / Posted 16 days ago
Indian warrior to formally surrender to U.S. forces, signaling the end of the Indian wars in the Southwest.1901: President William McKinley visits On May 7, 1901, four months before he was assassinated, President William McKinley and members of... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
As the Augustinians depart, their spirit endureseven relive it, as to methodically reiterate what history already makes clear.
As the Augustinians depart, their spirit endures
Staten Island Advance / Posted 16 days ago
even relive it, as to methodically reiterate what history already makes clear. The President of the United States was William McKinley. Bread cost $0.03 a loaf and milk $0.28 a gallon. The average annual income was $637. Approximately 66,500... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
Record breaking “three-peat” of 80+ heat expected(86), Astoria (85), Salem (84 tie), Portland (81). The Sunday record in Salem,
Record breaking “three-peat” of 80+ heat expected
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 16 days ago
(86), Astoria (85), Salem (84 tie), Portland (81). The Sunday record in Salem, Oregon was first set back in 1897 when William McKinley was president. The earliest in the year Seattle has seen 80 is was April 1st in 1987. The hottest April has... Read more
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Boston Globe
41% of all super PAC money comes from 50 donorsechoes of the end of the 19th century, when wealthy interests spent millions of
41% of all super PAC money comes from 50 donors
Boston Globe / Posted 17 days ago
echoes of the end of the 19th century, when wealthy interests spent millions of dollars helping put former Ohio governor William McKinley in the White House. Despite the mixed effect that big-money groups have had on the presidential contest so... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Close to half of all super PAC money for 2016 elections comes from 50 donorspower carries echoes of the end of the 19th century, when wealthy interests spe
Close to half of all super PAC money for 2016 elections comes from 50 donors
Chicago Tribune / Posted 18 days ago
power carries echoes of the end of the 19th century, when wealthy interests spent millions to help put former Ohio governor William McKinley in the White House. Despite the mixed impact that big-money groups have had on the presidential contest so... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Close to half of all super PAC money for 2016 elections comes from 50 donorspower carries echoes of the end of the 19th century, when wealthy interests spe
Close to half of all super PAC money for 2016 elections comes from 50 donors
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 18 days ago
power carries echoes of the end of the 19th century, when wealthy interests spent millions to help put former Ohio governor William McKinley in the White House. Despite the mixed impact that big-money groups have had on the presidential contest so... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Close to half of all super PAC money for 2016 elections comes from 50 donorspower carries echoes of the end of the 19th century, when wealthy interests spe
Close to half of all super PAC money for 2016 elections comes from 50 donors
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 18 days ago
power carries echoes of the end of the 19th century, when wealthy interests spent millions to help put former Ohio governor William McKinley in the White House. Despite the mixed impact that big-money groups have had on the presidential contest so... Read more
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Boston Globe
Close to half of all super PAC money comes from 50 donorspower carries echoes of the end of the 19th century, when wealthy interests spe
Close to half of all super PAC money comes from 50 donors
Boston Globe / Posted 18 days ago
power carries echoes of the end of the 19th century, when wealthy interests spent millions helping put former Ohio governor William McKinley in the White House. Despite the mixed impact that big-money groups have had on the presidential contest so... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
Tom's #Mailbag, April 15, 2016information so that we can follow up with the driver.” 'One-Armed' McCullough
Tom's #Mailbag, April 15, 2016
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 19 days ago
information so that we can follow up with the driver.” 'One-Armed' McCullough "I just finished reading 'The Triumph of William McKinley: Why the Election of 1896 Still Matters' by Karl Rove. In it is this about the actual nomination of McKinley... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Violence Against U.S. Politicians and Diplomats Fast FactsSeptember 19. September 6, 1901 - After delivering a speech at the Pan-America
Violence Against U.S. Politicians and Diplomats Fast Facts
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 20 days ago
September 19. September 6, 1901 - After delivering a speech at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, New York, President William McKinley is shot in the stomach by Leon Czolgosz. McKinley dies of his wound on September 14. October 14, 1912 -... Read more
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CBS News
On this day: The murder of Abraham Lincolnwas killed by John Wilkes Booth. President James Garfield was mortally wounded
On this day: The murder of Abraham Lincoln
CBS News / Posted 20 days ago
was killed by John Wilkes Booth. President James Garfield was mortally wounded by a disgruntled job seeker. President William McKinley was killed by Leon Czolgosz, an anarchist factory worker. Abraham Lincoln's assassination A copy of a 1865... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Who is elderly?Theodore Roosevelt, however, was the youngest person to ever serve as president
Who is elderly?
Rutland Herald / Posted 21 days ago
Theodore Roosevelt, however, was the youngest person to ever serve as president, taking over after the assassination of William McKinley. �Elderly� is defined variously as �being past middle age; approaching old age,� and �individuals over 65... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Kasich team giving history lessons on contested conventionsout that Kasich is citing examples from the 19th century, when “it was understo
Kasich team giving history lessons on contested conventions
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 22 days ago
out that Kasich is citing examples from the 19th century, when “it was understood that unless you had a front-runner like” William McKinley in 1896, “there were going to be multiple ballots,” said Lewis Gould, a professor emeritus of history at the... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
150 People Who Great Scranton - Terence Powderlyopposed worker strikes, but later conceded their efficacy in bringing obstinate
150 People Who Great Scranton - Terence Powderly
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 22 days ago
opposed worker strikes, but later conceded their efficacy in bringing obstinate capital to the bargaining table. President William McKinley appointed Mr. Powderly U.S. Commissioner General of Immigration in 1897. He asked the president to address... Read more
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NBC Chicago
Couple Names Their Kids After US PresidentsThere's 4-year-old (Ulysses S.) Grant, 3-year-old (James) Madison and 1-year-ol
Couple Names Their Kids After US Presidents
NBC Chicago / Posted 22 days ago
There's 4-year-old (Ulysses S.) Grant, 3-year-old (James) Madison and 1-year-old (William) McKinley. Jennifer and Jesse Nielsen have named their three children after U.S. presidents and are considering names for the baby girl expected next month,... Read more
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NBC Los Angeles
Couple Names Their Kids After US PresidentsThere's 4-year-old (Ulysses S.) Grant, 3-year-old (James) Madison and 1-year-ol
Couple Names Their Kids After US Presidents
NBC Los Angeles / Posted 23 days ago
There's 4-year-old (Ulysses S.) Grant, 3-year-old (James) Madison and 1-year-old (William) McKinley. Jennifer and Jesse Nielsen have named their three children after U.S. presidents and are considering names for the baby girl expected next month,... Read more
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NBC Washington
Couple Names Their Kids After US PresidentsThere's 4-year-old (Ulysses S.) Grant, 3-year-old (James) Madison and 1-year-ol
Couple Names Their Kids After US Presidents
NBC Washington / Posted 23 days ago
There's 4-year-old (Ulysses S.) Grant, 3-year-old (James) Madison and 1-year-old (William) McKinley. Jennifer and Jesse Nielsen have named their three children after U.S. presidents and are considering names for the baby girl expected next month,... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Against public schools1899, engulfed in the fury of the Filipino-American War, the Schurman Commissio
Against public schools
Manila Bulletin / Posted 23 days ago
1899, engulfed in the fury of the Filipino-American War, the Schurman Commission, a fact-finding group of President William McKinley, recommended the revision of the educational system in the Philippines by rapidly founding primary schools... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Will John Kasich's contested convention strategy work?They point out he is citing examples from the 19th century when ‘it was underst
Will John Kasich's contested convention strategy work?
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 23 days ago
They point out he is citing examples from the 19th century when ‘it was understood that unless you had a front-runner like’ William McKinley in 1896 ‘there were going to be multiple ballots,’ said Lewis Gould, a professor emeritus of history at the... Read more
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TribLIVE
Penn Hills groups to receive boost from federal fundsWorks. The annual cost is $5,304. • Awarded a contract worth $49,000 to Pampen
Penn Hills groups to receive boost from federal funds
TribLIVE / Posted 25 days ago
Works. The annual cost is $5,304. • Awarded a contract worth $49,000 to Pampena Landscaping/Construction, Inc. for The William McKinley Senior Center. The project includes; the installation, demolition and reinstallation sidewalk ramps,... Read more
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NBC26 Green Bay
The most influential power couples to occupy the White HouseScore: 57.8 Like the Grants, the Tafts were characterized by a popular first l
The most influential power couples to occupy the White House
NBC26 Green Bay / Posted 26 days ago
Score: 57.8 Like the Grants, the Tafts were characterized by a popular first lady and a less popular president. #23. Ida & William McKinley Power Couple Score: 71.5 First Lady Mean Score: 59.164 President Mean Score: 64.015 William McKinley... Read more
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KIVI Boise
The most influential power couples to occupy the White HouseScore: 57.8 Like the Grants, the Tafts were characterized by a popular first l
The most influential power couples to occupy the White House
KIVI Boise / Posted 26 days ago
Score: 57.8 Like the Grants, the Tafts were characterized by a popular first lady and a less popular president. #23. Ida & William McKinley Power Couple Score: 71.5 First Lady Mean Score: 59.164 President Mean Score: 64.015 William McKinley... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
The most influential power couples to occupy the White HouseScore: 57.8 Like the Grants, the Tafts were characterized by a popular first l
The most influential power couples to occupy the White House
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted 26 days ago
Score: 57.8 Like the Grants, the Tafts were characterized by a popular first lady and a less popular president. #23. Ida & William McKinley Power Couple Score: 71.5 First Lady Mean Score: 59.164 President Mean Score: 64.015 William McKinley... Read more
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ABC Action News Tampa Bay
The most influential power couples to occupy the White HouseScore: 57.8 Like the Grants, the Tafts were characterized by a popular first l
The most influential power couples to occupy the White House
ABC Action News Tampa Bay / Posted 26 days ago
Score: 57.8 Like the Grants, the Tafts were characterized by a popular first lady and a less popular president. #23. Ida & William McKinley Power Couple Score: 71.5 First Lady Mean Score: 59.164 President Mean Score: 64.015 William McKinley... Read more
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KTNV Las Vegas
The most influential power couples to occupy the White HouseScore: 57.8 Like the Grants, the Tafts were characterized by a popular first l
The most influential power couples to occupy the White House
KTNV Las Vegas / Posted 26 days ago
Score: 57.8 Like the Grants, the Tafts were characterized by a popular first lady and a less popular president. #23. Ida & William McKinley Power Couple Score: 71.5 First Lady Mean Score: 59.164 President Mean Score: 64.015 William McKinley... Read more
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KGTV San Diego
The most influential power couples to occupy the White HouseScore: 57.8 Like the Grants, the Tafts were characterized by a popular first l
The most influential power couples to occupy the White House
KGTV San Diego / Posted 26 days ago
Score: 57.8 Like the Grants, the Tafts were characterized by a popular first lady and a less popular president. #23. Ida & William McKinley Power Couple Score: 71.5 First Lady Mean Score: 59.164 President Mean Score: 64.015 William McKinley... Read more
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Bankrate.com
5 Top Election Years For The Stock MarketThe Dow rose 41.74% in 1904, from 49.11 to 69.61. The state of things: Rooseve
5 Top Election Years For The Stock Market
Bankrate.com / Posted 27 days ago
The Dow rose 41.74% in 1904, from 49.11 to 69.61. The state of things: Roosevelt, the vice president under President William McKinley, assumed the presidency after McKinley's assassination in 1901. The stock market posted no gains (or losses)... Read more
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The Manila Times
Will the Justices swear on the lives of their children?whose presidencies ran from 1861 to 1869; Rutherford Hayes succeeded Grant in 1
Will the Justices swear on the lives of their children?
The Manila Times / Posted a month ago
whose presidencies ran from 1861 to 1869; Rutherford Hayes succeeded Grant in 1877; in 1901, Theodore Roosevelt succeeded William McKinley and went on to serve until 1909; in 1989, George H.W. Bush succeeded Ronald Reagan at the end of his two... Read more

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