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38. Gerald Ford

  1. Ford, Gerald R. (Gerald R. Ford Library)
      Provides biographical infomation on Gerald Ford, former President of the United States. 10-09

  1. Former President Gerald Ford Dies (MSNBC News)
      "Gerald R. Ford, who picked up the pieces of Richard Nixon’s scandal-shattered White House as the 38th president and the only one never elected to nationwide office, has died. He was 93." 12-06

  1. -Ford, Rudolph Gerald (POTUS)
      Presents a very comprehensive and well organized set of facts and links regarding President Gerald R. Ford.

  2. Ford, Gerald - Picture (
      Presents a picture of the president. 1-05

  3. Former President Gerald Ford Biography (MSNBC News)
      Provides key events in the life of Gerald R. Ford. 12-06

  4. Former President Gerald Ford to Be Honored (CNN News)
      "Gerald R. Ford's state funeral will begin Friday in his beloved California, with the late president then to lie in state in the U.S. Capitol over the weekend, a family representative said Wednesday."

      Regarding seating arrangements in Washington DC, "The presidential party is followed by chiefs of state, arranged alphabetically by the English spelling of their countries."

      "Royalty representing chiefs of state come next, and then heads of governments followed by other officials." 12-06

  5. Records: Friendship Seriously Influenced Ford's Decision on Pardon (MSNBC News)
      "Until now, the relationship between the two presidents has been portrayed largely as a matter of political necessity, with Nixon tapping Ford for the vice presidency in late 1973 because he was a confirmable choice on Capitol Hill."

      "But the tapes, documents and two lengthy recent interviews with Ford before his death this week, conducted for a future book and embargoed until after his death, show that the close political alliance between the two men seriously influenced Ford's eventual decision to pardon Nixon, the most momentous decision of his short presidency and almost certainly the one that cost him any chance of winning the White House in his own right two years later." 12-06


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