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Who successfully put an end to the Whiskey Rebellion
Who was the President during the XYZ Affair?
Who bought the Louisiana Territory from Napoleon?
Who vetoed a bill to create the Second National Bank, only to sign a second attempt to create the bank two years later?
Who created the Doctrine that forbade European countries from interfering in sovereign countries in the Americas?
Who took his Oath of Office on a book on constitutional law instead of the Bible?
For a brief time, who was able to pay off the entire National debt for the first (and only) time in US history?
It is rumored that who refused to stop the forced removal of Mormons from the state of Missouri because he feared he would lose the state's vote?
Who was the Whig that gave the longest inaugural address in American history?
Who set the precedent for a Vice President assuming the office of the President in the event of the death of the incumbent?
Who negotiated the acquisition of the Oregon Territory and fought Mexico for California, Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada and Utah?
Who was the last President to own slaves while in office?
Although it was achieved after his term was complete, who was essential to beginning U.S. trade with Japan?
Who purchased a small piece of land from Mexico for $10 million called the Gadsden Purchase?
Who was president during the Dred Scott decision?
Who was the first President from the Republican Party?
Who was impeached for violating the Tenure of Office Act?
Who signed the Ku Klux Klan Act, which allowed officers to 'arrest and break up disguised night marauders?'
Who was judged to be the President by an Electoral Commission consisting of 5 Supreme Court Justices, 5 representatives, and 5 senators?
Before his assassination, who made the executive order giving government workers the day off on May 30, 1881?
Who opened the Crow Creek Reservation in the Dakota Territory to settlers, further restricting Indian land?
Who's the only President to serve two non-consecutive terms?
Who is the first President to both have their voice recorded and have electricity in the White House?
Who was assassinated by anarchist Leon Czoglosz?
Who is the youngest President to ever hold office?
Who proposed an amendment to the Constitution giving the federal government the power to tax incomes?
Who gave a speech to Congress that would later be named the Fourteen Points
Who signed the Federal Highway Act of 1921?
Who was first sworn in as President by his father?
Who invented their own sport, a combination of volleyball and tennis?
Who was the only President to serve over two terms?
Who recognized the State of Israel?
Who was President during the Supreme Court decision Brown v Board of Education?
Although not President during the Apollo 11 space mission, who strongly encouraged space exploration in several addresses?
Who's domestic policy was entitled the 'Great Society?'
Who was the first President to visit the People's Republic of China?
Who pardoned President Nixon?
Who boycotted the Olympics in Moscow in protest to the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan?
Who, along with his wife founded the Just Say No initiative to combat drug use?
Who was a one term President despite having a record high 89% approval rating during his term?
Who presided over the longest period of peacetime economic expansion in American history?
Who signed the USA PATRIOT Act into law?
Who signed the Affordable Care Act into law?
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