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The nation “played with fate” for nearly 180 years because a. eight Presidents died in office. b. the Presidential Succession Act had not yet been passed. c. no constitutional or congressional
provision defined presidential disability. d. the President could not fire the Vice President.
The nation “played with fate” for nearly 180 years because: c. no constitutional or congressional provision defined presidential disability.
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User: The nation “played with fate” for nearly 180 years because a. eight Presidents died in office. b. the Presidential Succession Act had not yet been passed. c. no constitutional or congressional provision defined presidential disability. d. the President could not fire the Vice President.

Weegy: The nation “played with fate” for nearly 180 years because: c. no constitutional or congressional provision defined presidential disability.
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User: If a successor to the presidency has served three years of the predecessor’s term, how many more years is he eligible to serve as President in his own right? a. 7 years b. 10 years c. 8 years d. 4 years

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