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The spoils system continued as the basis for civil service until this president was assassinated by an unhappy office seeker. a. Grant c. Garfield b. Harrison d. Cleveland
The spoils system continued as the basis for civil service until GARFIELD was assassinated by an unhappy office seeker.
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The spoils system continued as the basis for civil service until GARFIELD was assassinated by an unhappy office seeker.
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