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U.S. President History

1803 - Thomas Jefferson, in secret communication with Congress, asked for authorization for the first official exploration by the U.S. government.

1965 - Barbra Streisand and Bobby Darin sang for Lyndon Johnson's presidential inauguration.

1969 - Eartha Kitt attended a lunch at the White House. Kitt asked President Lyndon B. Johnson about working parents and child care. Due to the tone of the conversation the media portray Kitt as insolent. Several night clubs canceled her appearances.

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U.S. President Quotes

"It is up to us, however we may disagree on policies, to work together for progress and humanity so that our grandchildren, when they look back on us, can truly say that we not only preserved the flame of freedom, but cast its warmth and light further than those who came before us."
- President Reagan, March 23, 1982

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