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Marbury v Madison

James Madison, Fourth President of the United States

In 1803, John Marshall led the Supreme Court in a landmark decision creating the precedent of Judicial Review. This established the ability of the Judiciary Branch to declare a law unconstitutional. 

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Zachary Taylor - Twelfth President of the United States

Learn more about the 12th president of the United States, Zachary Taylor. This biography details his childhood through his time as president.

Top 10 Things to Know About Gerald Ford

Learn about Gerald Ford and his time as president with these top 10 key facts.

Seven Inconsistencies and Misleading Facts About the Kennedy Assassination

Wonder why so many people think that the Kennedy Assassination was a conspiracy? Much of the reason lies in the inconsistencies and misleading facts.

Single Bullet Theory - Kennedy Assassination

What was the single bullet theory? Learn all about this controversial theory connected with John F. Kennedy's assassination.

Five Kennedy Assassination Conspiracy Theories

Here are five major theories about who may have been behind President Kennedy's assassination.

The Warren Commission

Learn about the creation and findings of the Warren Commission which investigated John F. Kennedy's assassination.

Lee Harvey Oswald

This profile takes a look at Lee Harvey Oswald, John F. Kennedy's alleged lone assassin.

John F. Kennedy's Assassination

Here are the facts surrounding John F. Kennedy's assassination on November 22, 1963.

Top 10 Things to Know About Bill Clinton

Read all about the key events in Bill Clinton's life and time as president of the United States with this top 10 list.

Top 10 Things to Know About George W. Bush

Learn all about George W. Bush and his time as the forty-third president of the United States with these ten key facts.

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