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During his election campaign in 1988, George H.W. Bush promised not to A. raise taxes. B. engage in foreign conflicts. C. cut funding for welfare programs. D. increase the minimum retirement age. User: Why do you think Ford made this speech immediately after gaining the presidency? A. Nixon’s scandal shook the public’s trust in government. B. Ford faced criticism for pardoning Nixon. C. Newspaper were not covering economic issues. D. Ford needed to ...
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