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... "The X-Presidents" features former US Presidents Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, and George H.W ... Bill Clinton, despite his status as a living former president, is not a member since he did not receive the hurricane-powered dose of radiation, as he was in office during the ... "The X-Presidents" has been adapted to comic books by Random House Comics ...
Hugh Sidey - Biography - Major Events
... and the "brown shoes" incident He covered several Presidents, from Eisenhower to Clinton, and was author of the book Time Hugh Sidey's Portraits of the Presidents ... also hosted the PBS series The American Presidents ... Sidey served as president of the board of director of the White House Historical Association from 1998 to 2001, during the White House's bicentennary celebration ...
Presidents of The Old United States/North American Confederacy
... those who followed Washington and Gallatin as the American Presidents ... From that point, the individuals listed here are considered Presidents of the NAC ...

Famous quotes containing the word presidents:

    A president, however, must stand somewhat apart, as all great presidents have known instinctively. Then the language which has the power to survive its own utterance is the most likely to move those to whom it is immediately spoken.
    J.R. Pole (b. 1922)

    You must drop all your democracy. You must not believe in “the people.” One class is no better than another. It must be a case of Wisdom, or Truth. Let the working classes be working classes. That is the truth. There must be an aristocracy of people who have wisdom, and there must be a Ruler: a Kaiser: no Presidents and democracies.
    —D.H. (David Herbert)

    Governments can err, Presidents do make mistakes, but the immortal Dante tells us that divine justice weighs the sins of the cold-blooded and the sins of the warm-hearted in different scales. Better the occasional faults of a Government that lives in a spirit of charity than the constant omission of a Government frozen in the ice of its own indifference.
    Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882–1945)