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Volume 3, Number 19, January 26, 1998


The U.S. Presidency


1. The president is the head of the ___________ branch of government.


2. What is the maximum (most) number of years that someone can be elected to serve as president.


3. If the president is unable to continue in office, who becomes the new president?


4. If there is no vice president, the president nominates a replacement. What has to happen for that nominee to take office?


5. Gerald Ford became president in 1974, even though he never ran in an election for the office of president or vice president. How did that happen?



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