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Can you pick the Presidents, Vice Presidents, Years In Office, Party, and Political Opponent?
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Mar 5th, 2013 at 04:21 GMT
I want to like this but right now it's nearly impossible to play. I definitely think there's a good quiz here somewhere though.
Right now, I think the biggest help would be having the answers in alphabetical order instead of random order. Then it might be possible to complete in 20 minutes. As of now having to scroll while also looking carefully for each answer is a bit much. I'd also consider reducing the button size to small. Last for now, I spotted a couple errors. It's "Humphrey," not "Humphry," and there's also no Republican(37) button for Nixon.
Mar 7th, 2013 at 01:51 GMT
Much better! I'd make "1841-1841" read just "1841," but otherwise I think it's spot on, except for a couple points I'd argue for "Political Opponents."
First, I'd identify them as "candidates defeated in election" or something to that effect, since that's what they are. The points I'd argue are for Washington and Monroe.
I'd start with Monroe, who ran unopposed in 1820, not vs. John Quincy Adams. And he was originally elected in 1816, defeating Rufus King. It would be fairer to say "Rufus King & Unopposed" for him. And for Washington, I would just say "Unopposed" or "N/A." He didn't exactly have an opponent in either election, both of which he won unanimously.
But much better than the original version now.
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