The Greatest U.S. Presidents of All Time Politicians
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The Greatest U.S. Presidents of All Time

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    #2 on the original list Hodgenville, Kentucky, United States of America 1861 - 1865 * Assassinated

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    #1 on the original list Virginia, United States of America 1789 - 1797

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    #5 on the original list Hyde Park, New York, United States of America 1933 - 1945

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    #3 on the original list Shadwell, Virginia, United States of America 1801 - 1809

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    #4 on the original list Manhattan, New York City, New York 1901 - 1909

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    #19 on the original list Virginia, United States of America 1913 - 1921

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    #10 on the original list Lamar, Missouri, United States of America 1945 - 1953

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    #7 on the original list Denison, Texas, United States of America 1953 - 1961

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    #17 on the original list Pineville, North Carolina, United States of America 1845 - 1849 *Died in Office

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    #6 on the original list Brookline, Massachusetts, United States of America 1961 - 1963 *Assassinated

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    #11 on the original list Braintree, Massachusetts, United States of America 1797 - 1801

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    #9 on the original list Port Conway, Virginia, United States of America 1809 - 1817

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    #18 on the original list Honolulu, Hawaii, United States of America 2009 - ?

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    #13 on the original list Monroe Hall, Virginia, United States of America 1817 - 1825

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    #21 on the original list Stonewall, Texas, United States of America 1963 - 1969

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    #8 on the original list Tampico, Illinois, United States of America 1981 - 1989

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    #16 on the original list Braintree, Massachusetts, United States of America 1825 - 1829

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    #24 on the original list Caldwell, New Jersey, United States of America 1885 - 1889/ 1893 - 1897

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    #26 on the original list Niles, Ohio, United States of America 1897 - 1901 *Assassinated

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    #12 on the original list Hope, Arkansas, United States of America 1992 - 2001

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    #27 on the original list Cincinnati, Ohio, United States of America 1909 - 1913

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    #15 on the original list Milton, Massachusetts, United States of America 1989 - 1992

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    #32 on the original list Kinderhook, New York, United States of America 1837 - 1841

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    #30 on the original list Delaware, Ohio, United States of America 1877 - 1881

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    #25 on the original list Omaha, Nebraska, United States of America 1974 - 1977 (only President not to be elected to the office of President or Vice President)

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    #29 on the original list Plains, Georgia, United States of America 1977 - 1981

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    #33 on the original list Fairfield, Vermont, United States of America 1881 - 1885

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    #31 on the original list Moreland Hills, Ohio, United States of America 1881 *Assassinated

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    #36 on the original list West Branch, Iowa, United States of America 1929 - 1933

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    #23 on the original list Plymouth Notch, Vermont, Vermont, United States of America 1923 - 1929

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    #35 on the original list North Bend, Ohio, United States of America 1889 - 1893

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    #20 on the original list Point Pleasant, Ohio, United States of America 1869 - 1877

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    #22 on the original list New Haven, Connecticut, United States of America 2001 - 2009 His positive acts were outweighed by two wars that weren't paid for, one of those wars being started on false pretenses, tax cuts to the top 1% that led to an economic meltdown in 2008,

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    #28 on the original list Yorba Linda, California, United States of America 1969 - 1974 *Resigned from officeIf not for Watergate he may have been higher as he did do many things to help the country

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    #40 on the original list Summerhill, New York, United States of America 1850 - 1853 *completed Taylor's term

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    #41 on the original list Hillsborough, New Hampshire, United States of America 1853 - 1857

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    #34 on the original list Barboursville, Virginia, United States of America 1849 - 1850 *died in office of cholera and gastroenteritis

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    #37 on the original list Virginia, United States of America 1841 - 1845

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    #39 on the original list Blooming Grove, Ohio, United States of America 1921 - 1923 *Assassinated

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    #38 on the original list Virginia, United States of America 1841 *died in office, one month after taking office of pneumonia, the first to die during his termHis position on my list is only because he was unable to do anything before his sudden death, the only

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    #42 on the original list Raleigh, North Carolina, United States of America 1865 - 1869 *first to face impeachment, finished Lincoln's term

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    #43 on the original list Cove Gap, Pennsylvania, United States of America 1857 - 1861 *did nothing to prevent Civil War

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