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  • According to Hatfield, he is best known for his death, clearing the way for the ascent of New York Governor Theodore Roosevelt, who took Hobart's place on the Republican ticket in 1900 and succeeded as president after McKinley's assassination in 1901.
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  • After McKinley's murder, newspaper editorials across the country heavily criticized the lack of protection afforded to American presidents.
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  • Afterwards, subsequent presidents opted to turn a blind eye to the practice, with one president, John Patrick Crecine, going so far as to endorse it.
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  • Allen who made fundamental contributions to computer science, current Vice Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System Donald Kohn, Temel Kotil who is the president and CEO of Turkish Airlines, current Dean of Harvard Law School Martha Minow, former House Minority Leader Dick Gephardt, US Representative Justin Amash, who represents Michigan's Third Congressional District, assisted-suicide advocate Dr.
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  • Also, if inaugurated in 2009 at age 72 years and 144 days, he would have been the oldest U.S. president upon ascension to the presidency, and the second-oldest president to be inaugurated.
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  • Alumni of Tuck's Executive Training program include The New York Times Company president and CEO Janet L.
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  • Avery, the first woman president and director of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, received an MSU bachelor's degree in physics.
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  • Because of his short service, no military vessel was named after him as president.
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  • Being named provincial president would have been considered a great achievement for a young politician, but it added no luster to the reputation of a seasoned politician and a founding member of his party.
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  • Brundage, who applied for a commission in the Army Ordnance Corps but was rejected, in the postwar period became a member of the Construction Division Association, composed of men who had built facilities for the military, and later became its president from 1926 to 1928.
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  • Charles Hamlin became the Fed's first chairman, and none other than Morgan's deputy Benjamin Strong became president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the most important regional bank with a permanent seat on the Federal Open Market Committee.
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  • Claire Suddath rated Marshall as one of the worst vice presidents in American history in a 2008 Time Magazine article.
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  • Correspondence and business files from his time as president of the Southern Railway are held by the Southern Railway Historical Society in their collection of president's files.
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  • Dacko was installed as president on 21 September 1979, but was once again removed from power by his army chief of staff, André Kolingba, in a bloodless coup d'état on 1 September 1981.
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  • Dunn was named president of the Old Bay Line in 1941, remaining at the helm of the company to the end of service in 1962.
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  • Even after the election of Abraham Lincoln as president in 1860, Crittenden rejected the idea that secession was inevitable and continued to work for the preservation of the Union.
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  • Former Union general John Palmer was chosen as the party's nominee for president.
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  • Hanna became the first president of the National Civic Federation (NCF), which tried to foster harmonious relations between business and labor.
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  • He has served twice as president of the Memphis Ministers Association, and sits on the boards of several local non-profit organizations.
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  • He refused, however, to attack the third-party candidate, former president Roosevelt, whose candidacy split the party and led to the election of Democrat Woodrow Wilson.
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  • He represented former Teamsters president Jimmy Hoffa, who had been informally promised early parole from his jury tampering sentence.
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  • He resigned his Solidarity post and became the first president of Poland ever to be elected by popular vote.
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  • In 1884, he returned to the Ridgefield National Bank and remained president there until mid-1886.
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  • In 1996, Collins resigned as president of Saint Catharine College to direct the International Business and Management Center at the University of Kentucky.
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  • In practice, the president exercises considerable influence over the National Assembly through his party, the Patriotic Salvation Movement (MPS), which holds a large majority.
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  • It has the power to impeach the president.
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