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Life After office

For History Class

Victoria Ruvolis

on 28 April 2010

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Transcript of Life After office

George Washington Life After Office - George Washington after the office choose to live his retirement with his family at Mount Vernon. - He also sat in this beautifully made chair not long before he died. John Quincy Adams - A year after his presidency he ran to go into the house of Representatives, where he stayed for 17 years. - he is the only one in history to go so. - John was also with the antislavery movement during his time with the U.S. House of Representatives. James Buchanan - James' time as a president and his help was a big failure and they didnt help the country with any of its problems. - He avoided any public life after, but he did write a book defending and explaining his presidential policies. Ulysses S. Grant - During his last years in the office, the worst econmicial depression happened which ruined his popularity. - After the office his family traveled to many foreign countries and got many different gifts from the people the those countries. Theodore Roosevelt - Theodore's life after office was not quiet, he traveled to Africa, Europe, and Brazil. - He was also still interested and into the politics of his time. William H. Taft - William was appointed by Yale University after his term and was the only President to serve in the Supreme Court after. Dwight D. Eisenhower - Dwight retired to his farm in Gettysburg, many say he would have been elected a third time if it wasn't for the twenty-second Amendment. - He also liked to golf and scoring a hole in one was amazing to Dwight. Richard M. Nixon - Richard was the only one to resign from the presidency after being accused of abusing his presidential powers. - He tried for the next twenty years of his life to save his reputation in the public eye. Lyndon B. Johnson - Lyndon returned back to Texas where he did multiple things like teaching, writing, and many more. Jimmy Carter - Since his presidency he has wrote eleven books and remains a highly proponent of world peace. By: Victoria Ruvolis
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