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Canada And The United States Presidential Elections
... Canadians have long closely followed United States presidential elections and the outcomes of these elections have always affected Canada in areas such as trade, mutual defence and diplomatic relations ... Canada and the 1960 United States presidential election Canada and the 1964 United States presidential election Canada and the 1968 United States presidential election Canada and the 1972 United States ...
Science Debate 2008 - See Also
... United States presidential election debates, 2008 Democratic Party (United States) presidential debates, 2008 Republican Party (United States) presidential debates, 2008 ...
Lists Of Newspaper Endorsements In United States Presidential Elections - General Elections
... Newspaper endorsements in the United States presidential election, 2004 Newspaper endorsements in the United States presidential election, 2008 Newspaper endorsements in the United ...
Religious Affiliations Of Presidents Of The United States - List of Presidential Religious Affiliations (by President)
... raised in a family that belonged to the Church of England when it was the state church in Virginia, and as an adult attended Episcopal churches ... to God." Tyler was a strong supporter of religious tolerance and separation of church and state ... In his 1875 State of the Union address, during conflicts over Catholic parochial schooling, Grant called for a constitutional amendment that would require all states to establish free public ...

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    Mr. Roosevelt, this is my principal request—it is almost the last request I shall ever make of anybody. Before you leave the presidential chair, recommend Congress to submit to the Legislatures a Constitutional Amendment which will enfranchise women, and thus take your place in history with Lincoln, the great emancipator. I beg of you not to close your term of office without doing this.
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