Gerald R. Ford

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    Presidential pardons date back to George Washington. These are some of the most controversial ...
  2. GOP Vs. Democrats: Who's Best For America's Economy?

    Here's a look at the fiscal plans of past presidents and politicians that can be ...
  3. 5 Presidents Who Couldn't Secure A Second Term

    These U.S. presidents couldn't get re-elected because of policy, stiff competition ...
  4. The Misery Index: Measuring Your Misfortune

    The Misery Index measures a combination of unemployment and inflation, but what does ...
  1. What was the most miserable day for financial markets according to the Misery Index?

    The most miserable month ever according to the Misery Index was June of 1980. The all-time high for the Misery Index was ...
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