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- Inaugural Addresses of Presidents of the United States (Bartleby)
Provides the speeches of Presidents as the took office.11-01
- First Ladies of Presidents (UNC)
Provides information on the first ladies of the United States. leaders, rulers, Presidents, and Prime Ministers 10-09
- -Presidents of the United States (PresidentS)
Provides information on the presidents of the United States. leaders, rulers, Presidents, and Prime Ministers 10-09
- -Presidents of the United States (POTUS - Summers)
Presents a very comprehensive and well organized set of facts and links regarding each President of the United States of America (USA). The American Presidents include first (1st) George Washington, second (2nd) John Adams, third (3rd) Thomas Jefferson, fourth (4th) James Madison, fifth (5th) James Monroe, sixth (6th) John Quincy Adams, seventh (7th) Andrew Jackson, eighth (8th) Martin Van Buren, ninth (9th) William Henry Harrison, tenth (10th) John Tyler, eleventh (11th) James Knox Polk, twelfth (12th) Zachary Taylor, thirteenth (13th) Millard Fillmore, fourteenth (14th) Franklin Pierce, fifteenth (15th) James Buchanan, sixteenth (16th) Abraham Lincoln, seventeenth (17th) Andrew Johnson, eighteenth (18th) Ulysses Simpson Grant, nineteenth (19th) Rutherford Birchard Hayes, twentieth (20th) James Abram Garfield, twenty-first (21st) Chester Alan Arthur, twenty-second (22nd) Grover Cleveland, twenty-third (23rd) Benjamin Harrison, twenty-fourth (24th) Grover Cleveland, twenty-fifth (25th) William McKinley, twenty-sixth (26th) Theodore Roosevelt, twenty-seventh (27th) William Howard Taft, twenty-eighth (28th) Woodrow Wilson, twenty-ninth (29th) Warren Gamaliel Harding, thirtieth (30th) Calvin Coolidge, thirty-first (31st) Herbert Clark Hoover, thirty-second (32nd) Franklin Delano Roosevelt, thirty-third (33rd) Harry S. Truman, thirty-fourth (34th) Dwight David Eisenhower, thirty-fifth (35th) John Fitzgerald Kennedy, thirty-sixth (36th) Lyndon Baines Johnson, thirty-seventh (37th) Richard Milhous Nixon, thirty-eighth (38th) Gerald Rudolph Ford, thirty-ninth (39th) James Earl Carter, Jr., fortieth (40th) Ronald Wilson Reagan, forty-first (41st) George Herbert Walker Bush, forty-second (42nd) William Jefferson Clinton, George Walker Bush (43rd). 1-05
- Presidents - Inauguration of the Presidents (PBS)
Extends to the current inauguration.
- Presidents of the United States (White House)
Provides information on the presidents of the United States. leaders, rulers, Presidents, and Prime Ministers 1-01
- -Presidents of the United States (Yahoo)
Provides biographies and other information on Presidents. 9-05 leaders, rulers, Presidents, and Prime Ministers
- Presidents - Historic Moments of the Presidents (White House for Kids)
Provides key contributions of Jefferson, Lincoln, Roosevelt, Wilson, Roosevelt, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Reagan, and Clinton. 1-01
- American Presidents
- American Presidents (Matlick)
Provides biographies, quotes, data, and reference materials related to each U.S. President, as well as the institution of the presidency itself. One of the most comprehensive sources of information on the American President. leaders, rulers, Presidents, and Prime Ministers
- Pardons by Presidents (Jurist)
Provides the number of pardons given by each U.S. president. 3-01
- Vice Presidents of the United States (Virtualology)
Presents, in alphabetical order, a profile for each Vice President of the United States of America (USA). The Vice Presidents include John Adams, Spiro T. Agnew, Chester A. Arthur, Alben W. Barkley, John C. Breckinridge, Aaron Burr, George H. W. Bush, John Calhoun, Richard B. Cheney, George Clinton, Schuyler Colfax, Calvin Coolidge, Charles Curtis, George M. Dallas, Charles Dawes, Charles Fairbanks, Millard Fillmore, Gerald Ford, John N. Garner, Elbridge Gerry, Albert Gore, Jr., Hannibal Hamlin, Thomas A. Hendricks, Garret A. Hobart, Hubert H. Humphrey, Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Johnson, Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard M. Johnson, William R. King, Thomas R. Marshall, Walter Mondale, Levi P. Morton, Richard M. Nixon, Dan Quayle, Nelson A. Rockefeller, Theodore Roosevelt, James S. Sherman, Adlai E. Stevenson, Daniel D. Tompkins, Harry S. Truman, John Tyler, Martin Van Buren, Henry A. Wallace, William Wheeler, and Henry Wilson. Visitors sometimes misspell as vise-president, vice-president, or vise president. 5-01
- Portraits of American Presidents (History Place)
Provides pictures of the American Presidents, in the order they served.
- Objects Related to the American Presidents (Smithsonian Institute)
Provides pictures of objects related to some of the more famous American Presidents. 10-04
- Friendships of Ex-Presidents (CBS News)
"Yet now, as both [former presidents Bush and Clinton] must navigate the seldom-trodden path of a former US president, each having the time to feel the weight of his historical legacy, they may have found in each other a bond few could ever share."
"I think the friendship reflects the rather unique pressures on a president, and the feeling that only one who has had the burden can understand those pressures," says Thomas Schwartz, a presidential historian at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn. "This personal bond seems to cut across the pressures of partisanship, although, truth be told, it hasn't happened very often in our history."
"Indeed, of 20th-century presidents, only Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter are said to be friendly, though they keep this fairly private. John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, bitter rivals during the founding of the country and throughout their successive presidencies, became very close friends after they left office, and wrote each other frequently until their deaths on the same day - July 4, 1826. Most other former presidents have kept their contact brief and ceremonial." 3-05
- American Presidents at War (USNews.com)
"America is attacked. The president addresses Congress in stirring terms. Senators and representatives, with a few eccentric exceptions, vote for a declaration of war, and the overwhelming majority of the people support the war effort without stint. The president appoints sterling generals and admirals and superintends massive war production. American troops surge to victory, and peace is made."
"This is the picture we have of the way America, and American presidents, go to war. It comports with what we think happened in World War I and, especially, in World War II. In this view of U.S. history, American presidents lead the nation only into wars that are forced upon them."
"There's only one problem. This picture is almost entirely contrary to the facts. 1-06
- -04-20-06 U.S. and Chinese Presidents Meet at the White House (WashingtonTimes.com)
"President Bush today greeted Chinese President Hu Jintao at the White House with direct appeals for more help on easing nuclear standoffs with Iran and North Korea and for reducing trade imbalances." 04-06
- -08-11-07 Billy Graham: Friend to Presidents (ABC News)
"He's preached to every president since Harry Truman. It is one of the most unique series of friendships in modern politics, counseling these leaders under the tremendous stresses of war, politics and personal scandals. But evangelist Billy Graham simply refers to the last 11 presidents as his 'friends.' " 08-07
- Worst Presidents (U.S. News)
"Credit, or blame, for the first scholarly ranking of the presidents usually goes to Harvard historian Arthur Schlesinger Sr., who conducted a poll for Life magazine in 1948. He asked 55 specialists in American history to rate the presidents as great, near great, average, below average, or failure. Claiming the cellar of that list were Warren G. Harding and, in ascending order, Ulysses S. Grant, Franklin Pierce, James Buchanan, Zachary Taylor, Millard Fillmore, Calvin Coolidge, John Tyler, Benjamin Harrison, and Herbert Hoover." 05-08
- -01-07-09 Reunion of Former Presidents (MSNBC News)
"President-elect Barack Obama hailed a rare Oval Office gathering of all U.S. presidents as extraordinary on Wednesday, while President George W. Bush wished him well and pledged that the office 'transcends the individual.' " 01-09
- -02-16-09 Historians Rank the Presidents of the USA (MSNBC News)
"Just days after Americans honored the 200th anniversary of his birth, 65 historians ranked Abraham Lincoln as the best U.S. president."
"Former President George W. Bush, who left office last month, was ranked 36th out of the 42 men who had been chief executive by the end of 2008, according to a survey conducted by the cable channel C-SPAN."
"Bush scored lowest in international relations, where he was ranked 41st, and in economic management, where he was ranked 40th. His highest ranking, 24th, was in the category of pursuing equal justice for all. He was ranked 25th in crisis leadership and vision and agenda setting." 02-09
- Historians Rank the Presidents of the USA (C-SPAN)
"Timed for Presidents Day 2009, C-SPAN today releases the results of its second Historians Survey of Presidential Leadership, in which a cross-section of 65 presidential historians ranked the 42 former occupants of the White House on ten attributes of leadership." 02-09
- 05-10-09 George W. Bush Ranked Among Worst Presidents (U.S. News)
"President George W. Bush is near the bottom of the heap in the latest survey of historians on presidential leadership." 05-09
- 09-05-09 Editorial: Presidents, Students, and Controversy (CBS News)
"Calling President Obama's Executive Order on Ethics for Executive Branch personnel 'the strongest ethics standards in U.S. government history,' White House counsel Norm Eisen on Friday announced 10 more waivers for Obama administration officials."
The waivers will allow the officials to participate with persons with whom and entities with which 'the appointees formerly had a professional relationship,' Eisen wrote, 'because there was a compelling public interest in allowing it.' " 09-09
- 04-14-10 Editorial: Other Presidents More Radical than Obama (CNN News)
"None of the presidents are really radical in any global sense. Any all-good or all-bad analysis of American history always misses the big picture. And politics is history in the present tense."
"As a country, we have become accustomed to using fear and hate in the service of hyper-partisanship. We need to wake up to the fact that demonizing people we disagree with, and indulging in attempts to delegitimize a duly elected president from Day One, hurts us all as a nation. We can do better -- and we deserve better, especially from people who want to lead the nation themselves." 04-10
- Popularity of Recent Presidents (USA Today)
"The Gallup organization first started asking Americans how they approved of the job the president was doing in the 1940s. See how each president since then has fared in the approval poll, look at some news events that influenced public opinion and compare how approval ratings evolved for each president." 01-11
- -01-26-11 Common Themes of State of the Union Speeches by Presidents (CNN News)
"It seems the more things change, the more they stay the same. For all the pomp and circumstance, buzz and frenzy that surrounds the president's State of the Union address, there seems to be common themes from president to president over time." 01-11
- Presidents and their Debts (New York Times)
"Any discussion about American presidents and economics has to begin with this discouraging word: American politicians donít know anything about economics."
"When Reagan became president -- and began to cut taxes -- the federal deficit was 2.5 percent of the national economy. When he left, eight years later, the deficit was 5 percent of the economy. Interest payments on the debt jumped to $169 billion in 1988 from $69 billion in 1981. At the time, those were astonishing numbers, and they have exploded since.
"Thatís where we are now." 07-11
- -09-14-12 Traits Successful Presidents Have in Common (CNN News)
"The study, which was based on presidential performance ratings and personality assessments by hundreds of historians and biographers in several different surveys, found that one psychopathic characteristic in particular was linked to success in presidency: fearless dominance." 09-12
- Longevity for U.S. Presidents (U.S. News)
"When a new President takes the oath of office, he often exudes a youthful optimism. But Presidents tend to leave Washington visibly wearing the stress of their position. According to a theory advanced by Michael Roizen, chair of the Wellness Institute at the Cleveland Clinic and co-founder of RealAge.com, presidents age approximately two years for each calendar year in office." 02-09
- Lincoln, Abraham (Abraham Lincoln Online)
Provides a biography. 2-00
- The White House for Kids (White House)
Provides information about presidents, pets in the White House, and the history of the White House. 10-09
- Washington, George - Biography and Resources (Mount Vernon)
Provides biographical information. 10-09
- Grant, Ulysses - Network (Kelsey)
- Washington, George - Papers (Library of Congress)
"The complete George Washington Papers collection from the Manuscript Division at the Library of Congress consists of approximately 65,000 documents. This is the largest collection of original Washington documents in the world." 10-09
- Roosevelt, Theodore - Papers (Library of Congress)
Provides biographical infomation on Theodore Roosevelt, former President of the United States. 10-09
- Hoover, Herbert Biography (Hoover Library)
Provides biographical infomation on Herbert Hoover, former President of the United States. 10-09
- Presidential Libraries
Provides information on the presidents of the United States. leaders, rulers, Presidents, and Prime Ministers. 10-09
- Roosevelt, Eleanor - Biography (FDR Library)
Provides biographical infomation on Franklin D. Roosevelt, former President of the United States. 10-09
- Truman, Harry S - Library
Provides biographical infomation on Harry Truman, former President of the United States. 10-09
- Eisenhower, Dwight D - Library
Provides biographical infomation on Dwight D. Eisenhower, former President of the United States. 10-09
- Johnson, Lyndon B - Library
Provides biographical infomation on Lyndon Johnson, former President of the United States. 10-09
- Nixon, Richard M - Library
Provides biographical infomation on Richard Nixon, former President of the United States. 10-09
- Ford, Gerald R. (Gerald R. Ford Library)
Provides biographical infomation on Gerald Ford, former President of the United States. 10-09
- Carter, Jimmy - Library (NARA)
Provides historical information related to the thirty-ninth (39th) President of the United States, James Earl (Jimmy) Carter, Jr. 10-09
- Bush, George - Library
Provides information on former president George H.W. Bush. leaders, rulers, Presidents, and Prime Ministers 10-09
- Lincoln, Abraham (IPL - POTUS - Summers)
Presents a very comprehensive and well organized set of facts and links regarding Lincoln.
- Jefferson, Thomas (PBS - Burns)
Provides discussions, pictures, and papers relating to Thomas Jefferson.
- Lincoln, Abraham (Excellent Drawing from the Kansas Collection)
- Roosevelt, Theodore (Excellent Drawing from the Kansas Collection)
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