Who was President During World War II?
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Travel, pop-culture, and technology all deeply impact the lives of the electorate; politicians exist to serve the electorate - by necessity, world events affect politics.
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The election of Abraham Lincoln in 1860 was a reflection that the Southern states have lost their influence and power, and it was the first in the series of events that led to the Civil War.
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One of the biggest reasons why the United States House of Representatives voted for impeachment was because Andrew Johnson removed Edwin M. Stanton from his office as the secretary of war, thus violating the Tenure of Office Act which was passed in March 1867.
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The way that the American system works means that there are critical states that each party relies on winning in elections to ensure victory.
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When the founding fathers of the United States devised the role of president, they created the most powerful elected official in history.
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Political boundaries are borders that separate different countries and regions from another. In a lot of cases, these boundaries are defined by the structure of the environment.
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Though most politicians spend an unimaginable amount of money while campaigning, a few political campaigns have stood out as exceptionally expensive throughout US history.
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Liberty, equality, and democracy and the 3 core values in the United States of America, and even though they have not been there for everyone in the same way in the past (and even now), they are shared among Americans ever since the founding of the country.
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JFK, Gerald Ford, Zachary Taylor, and William Henry Harrison spent less than four years in office.
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There are 95 disbanded US political parties in the entire history of United States politics. The most recent to be disbanded were the International Socialist Organization and the Greens/Green Party USA in 2019
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