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Frame of Reference

The Historical Rhyme In Inauguration

Andrew Johnson skipped his successor’s swearing-in for political reasons.

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An impeached and embattled president fighting with everyone to get his way. A man who believed the United States citizens gave him the mandate to change the course of the country. And he was ill-prepared to tackle the job in a way that worked for most people.

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Edward Anderson

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Edward has written hundreds of acclaimed true crime articles and has won numerous awards for his short stories.

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