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64,017.  Buffalo New York today looks very different from how it did on the afternoon of September 6th 1901.   At the time US President William McKinley was visiting the city's great pan-American exposition ... Suddenly gun shots split the air: McKinley staggers as two bullets thump into him.  (Assassination & President & United States)  Infamous Assassinations: The Assassination of President McKinley

 

64,018.  Just one year into his second term.  (Assassination & President & United States)  ibid.

 

64,019.  By now the US is at war with Spain.  The war begins in April 1898 over Cuba's demand for independence from Spanish rule.  (Assassination & President & United States)  ibid.

 

64,020.  [Leon] Czolgosz’s sanity is drawn into question.  (Assassination & President & United States)  ibid.

 

 

92,264.  The United States of America was a bold invention.  Creating an immense challenge.  It took an eight-year war of independence followed by intense political debate to produce a republic of, by and for the people.  (United States & President)  Ultimate Guide to the Presidents: Assume the Position 1789-1925 e1

 

92,265.  The office of US president has come to embody the hopes and aspirations of the American people.  (United States & President)  ibid.

 

92,266.  The first presidential election took place on 4th February 1789.  (United States & President)  ibid.

 

92,267.  [James] Monroe kicked off his presidency with a tour of the states by horse and carriage.  (United States & President)  ibid.

 

 

32,612.  America in 1824 saw the era of the Founding Fathers coming to an end.  Over the next twenty-five years six presidents would reflect the United States’ sometimes uneasy transition from old tradition to an expansion of land, influence and opportunity.  Democracy was the word on everyone’s lips.  (President US & United States & Democracy)  Ultimate Guide to the Presidents: Power to the People e2

 

32,613.  Jackson ... the most popular general since George Washington ... Of America’s nearly 11,000,000 people only 10% were eligible to vote.  (Presidency US & United States & Democracy)  ibid.

 

32,614.  Adams was a classical scholar ... He wanted a strong federal government to build a system of new stone roads and canals.  (Presidency US & United States)  ibid.

 

32,615.  The election of 1828 once again saw Adams vs Jackson ... a new low for mud-slinging.  (Presidency US & United States & Election)  ibid.

 

32,616.  Jackson v the National Bank of the United States ... ‘The bank is trying to kill me but I will kill it.’  (Presidency US & United States & Banking & Federal Reserve)  ibid.

 

32,617.  [Martin van] Buren tried his best to run a tight ship at the Executive Office.  (Presidency US & United States)  ibid.

 

32,618.  [William Henry] Harrison became the first president to die in office.  (Presidency US & United States)  ibid.

 

 

32,619.  With new territory came old confrontations.  (Presidency US & United States & Empire US)  Ultimate Guide to the Presidents: A House Divided 1849-1865 e3

 

32,620.  Zachary Taylor: the twelfth president of the United States.  (Presidency US & United States)  ibid.

 

32,621.  Alongside federal marshals, bounty-hunter slave-catchers also began hunting black men, women and children whether they were former slaves or not.  (Presidency US & United States)  ibid.

 

32,622.  The people voted in a little-known amiable Democrat called Franklin Pierce .. Like Fillmore before him, his Party refused to re-nominate him.  (Presidency US & United States)  ibid.

 

32,623.  James Buchanan: the fifteenth president.  (Presidency US & United States)  ibid.

 

32,624.  Lincoln swept the entire North ... the sixteenth president ... South Carolina withdrew in December of 1860.  (Presidency US & United States)  ibid.

 

32,625.  A new unprecedented task – the reconstruction of a fractured country.  (Presidency US & United States)  ibid. 

 

 

32,626.  America after its civil war was a traumatized country in desperate need of leadership.  (Presidency US & United States)  Ultimate Guide to the Presidents: Executive Retreat 1865-1901 e4

 

32,627.  Over the next three decades a series of weak presidents lacking vision for the future showed little interest in real leadership.  (Presidency US & United States)  ibid.

 

32,628.  [Andrew] Johnson issued orders for the seceded states to hold elections.  (Presidency US & United States)  ibid.

 

32,629.  On 24th February 1868 Congress for the first time impeached a sitting president on eleven counts of high crimes and misdemeanors ... [Andrew] Johnson's victory was hollow.  (Presidency US & United States)  ibid.

 

32,630.  On 25th April 1898 Congress declared war on Spain and [William] McKinley signed it.  (Presidency US & United States)  ibid.

 

 

32,631.  In September 1901 [William] McKinley was assassinated.  Theodore Roosevelt, then aged forty-two, became the youngest president to hold the presidency to date.  (Presidency US & United States & Assassination)  Ultimate Guide to the Presidents: Call of Duty 1899-1921 e5

 

32,632.  Taft: He was a reluctant leader and felt out of place in the White House.  (Presidency US & United States)  ibid.

 

32,633.  [Woodrow] Wilson: 2.8 million men would be drafted, and the top income tax rate was raised to 77% to cover defense spending.  (Presidency US & United States & Tax)  ibid.

 

 

92,268.  America in the 1920s was a country poised for a fresh start ... (United States & President)  The Times called for a stronger leader.  Ultimate Guide to the Presidents: Changing of the Guard 1920-1945 e6

 

92,269.  Warren Harding was an easy-going everyman.  (United States & Presidency US)  ibid.

 

92,270.  Some Cabinet members just couldn’t resist using their unfettered power for personal gain.  (United States & Presidency US)  ibid.

 

92,271.  At 2.30 in the morning 51-year-old vice-president Calvin Coolidge was woken at his family’s Vermont home to be told of Harding’s death.  (United States & Presidency US)  ibid.

 

92,272.  Coolidge barely uttered a word.  (United States & Presidency US)  ibid.

 

92,273.  The torch of conservative leadership was passed to Herbert Hoover.  (United States & Presidency US)  ibid.

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