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What Was Woodrow Wilson’s Plan To Win the Presidency?

Woodrow Wilson had served two full terms as President of the United States. Being the only president to attain a Ph.D., his doctorate in political science aided him in times of crisis, especially during his uncertain renomination for the presidential elections.  Before Woodrow Wilson secured his renomination against Charles Hughes, Wilson devised a plan to …

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Who is Daniel Hoan?

Daniel Hoan was known as the longest-serving Socialist in the United States government. He won the election for Milwaukee mayor seven consecutive times due to the trust the people gave him. His political career consisted of initiatives that catered to the improvement of the community. Daniel Webster Hoan’s various achievements in his government career gained …

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How Did Zimbabwe End Up with Just $217 in the Bank?

The Zimbabwe government reached an all-time low when their public bank account revealed $217 within it. With the upcoming elections and their citizens suffering from hunger and poverty, international aid was deemed necessary.  After providing the salaries of the civil servants, the finance minister of Zimbabwe announced that there was only $217 in the government’s …

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Who Holds the Record for the Most Fraudulent Election in History?

The seventeenth president of Liberia is a part of the Guinness Book of World Records. In fact, his record is undisputed, even until today. What did he do to get such recognition? The most fraudulent election in history was won by Charles D. B. King. He was elected President of Liberia with 234,000 votes in …

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Gaddafi had a serious obsession with Condoleezza Rice, showering her with over $200,000 in gifts and having a famous local composer write a song for her called “Black Flower in the White House”

Condoleezza Rice says Gadhafi crush was ‘weird and a bit creepy’ Play (CNN) — Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice described Moammar Gadhafi’s crush on her as “weird and a bit creepy,” saying she breathed a sigh of relief when she realized a video he made of her was not raunchy. In her new book, …

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When Truman told Stalin about the Manhattan project in July of 1945, Stalin displayed little reaction, since Stalin had known about the project for almost 4 years before Truman, and he arguably knew more about it than Truman himself did.

POTSDAM AND THE FINAL DECISION TO USE THE BOMB After President Harry S. Truman received word of the success of the Trinity test, his need for the help of the Soviet Union in the war against Japan was greatly diminished. The Soviet leader, Joseph Stalin, had promised to join the war against Japan by August …

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US president Calvin “Silent Cal” Coolidge used to buzz for his secret service and then would hide under his desk while they frantically searched for him

‘Silent Cal’ Peter Clements evaluates the thirtieth president of the United States, Calvin Coolidge. ‘Calvin Coolidge believed the least government was the best government; he aspired to become the least president the country had ever had; he attained that desire’ (Irving Stone). The man who achieved this back-handed compliment took over as president on the …

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In 1976 Gerald Ford attempted to eat a wrapped tamal at a presidential campaign stop in San Antonio, which some people believe cost him the state of Texas. It is known as the Great Tamale Incident.

How a Plate of Tamales May Have Crushed Gerald Ford’s 1976 Presidential Campaign Food on the campaign trail is a minefield for political candidates who have to figure out how to seem relatable enough to try out the local chow while avoiding an embarrassing eating photo. And though not everyone can dive headfirst into a …

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Austria does not usually allow dual citizenship but they made a special exception for Arnold Schwarzenegger in 1983 when he became U.S. citizen

Arnold Schwarzenegger “Schwarzenegger” redirects here. For other people with the name, see Schwarzenegger (surname). “The Austrian Oak” redirects here. For the tree, see Quercus cerris. Arnold Alois Schwarzenegger (/ˈʃvɑːrtsnɛɡər/;[a] German: [ˈaʁnɔlt ˈʃvaʁtsn̩ˌʔɛɡɐ]; born July 30, 1947) is an Austrian-American actor, businessman, retired professional bodybuilder and former politician who served as the 38th Governor of California …

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