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Gerald Ford
Gerald Ford, 38th president of the United States (1974–77), who, as 40th vice president, had succeeded to the presidency on the resignation of President Richard Nixon, under the process decreed by the Twenty-fifth Amendment to the Constitution, and thereby became the country’s only chief executive...
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Gerald Ford
George H.W. Bush
George H.W. Bush, politician and businessman who was vice president of the United States (1981–89) and the 41st president of the United States (1989–93). As president, Bush assembled a multinational force to compel the withdrawal of Iraq from Kuwait in the Persian Gulf War. Bush was the son of...
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George H.W. Bush
Lyndon B. Johnson
Lyndon B. Johnson, 36th president of the United States (1963–69). A moderate Democrat and vigorous leader in the United States Senate, Johnson was elected vice president in 1960 and acceded to the presidency in 1963 upon the assassination of Pres. John F. Kennedy. During his administration he...
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Lyndon B. Johnson
Calvin Coolidge
Calvin Coolidge, 30th president of the United States (1923–29). Coolidge acceded to the presidency after the death in office of Warren G. Harding, just as the Harding scandals were coming to light. He restored integrity to the executive branch of the federal government while continuing the...
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Coolidge, Calvin
Harry S. Truman
Harry S. Truman, 33rd president of the United States (1945–53), who led his country through the final stages of World War II and through the early years of the Cold War, vigorously opposing Soviet expansionism in Europe and sending U.S. forces to turn back a communist invasion of South Korea....
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Harry S. Truman
Thomas Jefferson
Thomas Jefferson, draftsman of the Declaration of Independence of the United States and the nation’s first secretary of state (1789–94) and second vice president (1797–1801) and, as the third president (1801–09), the statesman responsible for the Louisiana Purchase. An early advocate of total...
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Thomas Jefferson
Vice president of the United States of America
Vice president of the United States of America, officer next in rank to the president of the United States, who ascends to the presidency on the event of the president’s death, disability, resignation, or removal. The vice president also serves as the presiding officer of the U.S. Senate, a role...
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Al Gore
Al Gore, 45th vice president of the United States (1993–2001) in the Democratic administration of President Bill Clinton. In the 2000 presidential election, one of the most controversial elections in American history, Gore won the nationwide popular vote over George W. Bush by more than 500,000...
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Al Gore, 1994.
Theodore Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt, 26th president of the United States (1901–09) and a writer, naturalist, and soldier. He expanded the powers of the presidency and of the federal government in support of the public interest in conflicts between big business and labour and steered the nation toward an active role...
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Portrait of Theodore Roosevelt.
John C. Calhoun
John C. Calhoun, American political leader who was a congressman, the secretary of war, the seventh vice president (1825–32), a senator, and the secretary of state of the United States. He championed states’ rights and slavery and was a symbol of the Old South. Calhoun was born to Patrick Calhoun,...
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Calhoun, John
Aaron Burr
Aaron Burr, third vice president of the United States (1801–05), who killed his political rival, Alexander Hamilton, in a duel (1804) and whose turbulent political career ended with his arrest for treason in 1807. Burr, the son of Aaron Burr, Sr., and Esther Edwards, came from a prominent New...
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Burr, Aaron
Joe Biden
Joe Biden, 47th vice president of the United States (2009–17) in the Democratic administration of Pres. Barack Obama. Biden, who was raised in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and New Castle county, Delaware, received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Delaware in 1965 and a law degree from Syracuse...
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Joe Biden
Martin Van Buren
Martin Van Buren, eighth president of the United States (1837–41) and one of the founders of the Democratic Party. He was known as the “Little Magician” to his friends (and the “Sly Fox” to his enemies) in recognition of his reputed cunning and skill as a politician. Van Buren was the third of five...
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Martin Van Buren.
Goodluck Jonathan
Goodluck Jonathan, Nigerian zoologist and politician who served as vice president (2007–10) and president (2010–15) of Nigeria. Jonathan, of the Ijo (Ijaw) ethnic group and a Christian, was born and raised in the region of the Niger delta in what is now Bayelsa state. He attended Christian primary...
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Goodluck Jonathan
Richard Nixon
Richard Nixon, 37th president of the United States (1969–74), who, faced with almost certain impeachment for his role in the Watergate scandal, became the first American president to resign from office. He was also vice president (1953–61) under Pres. Dwight D. Eisenhower. Richard Nixon was the...
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Richard M. Nixon
John Adams
John Adams, an early advocate of American independence from Great Britain, a major figure in the Continental Congress (1774–77), the author of the Massachusetts constitution (1780), a signer of the Treaty of Paris (1783), the first American ambassador to the Court of St. James (1785–88), and the...
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Adams, John
Andrew Johnson
Andrew Johnson, 17th president of the United States (1865–69), who took office upon the assassination of Pres. Abraham Lincoln during the closing months of the American Civil War (1861–65). His lenient Reconstruction policies toward the South embittered the Radical Republicans in Congress and led...
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Johnson, Andrew
Joyce Banda
Joyce Banda, Malawian politician who served as vice president (2009–12) and president (2012–14) of Malawi. She was the first woman to serve as head of state anywhere in Southern Africa. Banda’s official government profile states that she obtained a bachelor’s degree from Atlantic International...
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Banda, Joyce
Nicolás Maduro
Nicolás Maduro , Venezuelan politician and labour leader who won the special election held in April 2013 to choose a president to serve out the remainder of the term of Pres. Hugo Chávez, who had died in March. After serving as vice president (October 2012–March 2013), Maduro became the interim...
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Maduro, Nicolás
Xi Jinping
Xi Jinping, Chinese politician and government official who served as vice president of the People’s Republic of China (2008–13), general secretary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP; 2012– ), and president of China (2013– ). Xi Jinping was the son of Xi Zhongxun, who once served as deputy prime...
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Xi Jinping, 2009.
Chester A. Arthur
Chester A. Arthur, 21st president of the United States. Elected vice president on the Republican ticket of 1880, Arthur acceded to the presidency upon the assassination of President James A. Garfield. As president, he confounded his critics and dismayed many of his friends among the Stalwart...
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Chester A. Arthur

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