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  1. Há 19 horas · Gerald Ford, 38th president of the United States (1974–77), who, as the 40th vice president, had succeeded to the presidency on the resignation of President Richard Nixon, under the process decreed by the Twenty-fifth Amendment.

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  2. Há 2 dias · The contest for the Republican Party's presidential nomination in 1976 was between two serious candidates: incumbent president Gerald Ford, a member of the party's moderate wing, and former governor of California Ronald Reagan, a member of the party's conservative wing.

  3. Há 4 dias · United States - Gerald Ford, Presidency, Domestic Policy: Ford’s was essentially a caretaker government. He had no mandate and no broad political base, his party was tainted by Watergate, and he angered many when he granted Nixon an unconditional pardon on September 8, 1974.

  4. 24 de jun. de 2024 · The War Powers Resolution: Striking a Balance Between the Executive and Legislative Branches by Gerald R. Ford Call Number: H1.A513 F699 W2 "The first John Sherman Cooper lecture at the University of Kentucky, Louisville ... delivered on April 11, 1977."

  5. Há 1 dia · Gerald Ford. From January 19 to June 8, 1976, voters of the Republican Party chose its nominee for president in the 1976 United States presidential election. The major candidates were incumbent President Gerald Ford and former governor of California Ronald Reagan.

  6. Há 16 horas · In July 1975, Kissinger advised Ford not to meet with famed Soviet dissident and writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn, opening up Ford to attacks from Republican conservatives critical of détente. Even the signing of the Helsinki accords, later celebrated for their role in promoting human rights, brought American liberals and conservatives together in denouncing Ford and Kissinger for selling out ...

  7. Há 3 dias · Gerald Rudolph Ford, Jr., né sous le nom de Leslie Lynch King, Jr. le 14 juillet 1913 à Omaha (Nebraska) et mort le 26 décembre 2006 à Rancho Mirage , est un homme d'État américain, président des États-Unis du 9 août 1974 au 20 janvier 1977.