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1853 - The first bronze statue of Andrew Jackson was unveiled in Washington, DC.

1874 - The thirteenth president of the United States, Millard Fillmore, died.

1880 - U.S. President Rutherford B. Hays declared that the United States would have jurisdiction over any canal built across the isthmus of Panama.

1930 - The twenty-seventh president of the United States, William Howard Taft, died.

1999 - The administration of Bill Clinton directed the firing of Wen Ho Lee from his job as a nuclear scientist at the Los Alamos National Laboratory because of alleged security violations.

2001 - George W. Bush's across-the-board tax cut of nearly $1 trillion over the next decade was approved by vote by the House of Representatives. Bush had only been in office for 48 days.

2002 - The documentary "Journeys with George" debuted at the South by Southwest film festival. The 77-minute movie was about George W. Bush.

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U.S. President Quotes

"We must stand for our beliefs and our values and in doing so, inaugurate a forward strategy for freedom."
- President Reagan, July 11, 1982

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