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Which president signed the Freedom of Information Act? A. Richard Nixon B. John Kennedy C. Lyndon B. Johnson D. Ronald Reagan
President Johnson signed the Freedom of Information Act.
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Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), federal act signed into law by U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson on July 4, 1966
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Votes from which two states were in question in the 1960 election between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon? A. Illinois / Texas B. New York / Florida C. California / Iowa D. Georgia / Washington
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Votes from Illinois / Texas were in question in the 1960 election between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon.

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In 2004, which state was the key battleground state in the presidential election between George Bush and John Kerry? A. Texas B. Florida C. Oregon D. Ohio
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What are the two most common forms of direct primaries? A. open and closed B. internal and external C. silent and closed D. public and private
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Open and closed are the most common forms of direct primaries.
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