How well do you know the presidents? Answer these 10 questions about the presidents' legacies to make your Commander-in-Chief proud.
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#1. Which former U.S. President founded the University of Virginia?
#2. Which U.S. President later became Chief Justice of the Supreme Court?
#3. Who was the first U.S. President to win the Nobel Peace Prize?
Roosevelt won the 1906 Nobel Peace Prize for his successful mediation to end the Russo-Japanese war.
#4. Who was the only U.S. President to win the Nobel Peace Prize after his presidency had ended?
Carter won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002 for “for his decades of untiring effort to find peaceful solutions to international conflicts.”
#5. Which U.S. President sold his personal library to the Library of Congress?
After the British burned the Library of Congress along with the rest of Washington during the War of 1812, Jefferson sold his personal library of 6,487 books to Congress for $23,950.
#6. Located in the U.S. capital, the world's tallest obelisk is a monument to which U.S. President?
Completed in 1884, the Washington Monument stands at 555-feet tall and is made from granite, marble, and bluestone gneiss.
#7. Which U.S. President established the first presidential library?
Operated by the National Archives and Records Administration in Hyde Park, NY, the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum was dedicated on June 30, 1941.
#8. Which of these U.S. Presidents is not on Mount Rushmore?
Mount Rushmore, located in the Black Hills of South Dakota, was completed in 1941. Theodore Roosevelt is the fourth president carved into the cliffside.
#9. What unofficial name was given to the 1963 commission established by Lyndon Johnson to investigate John F. Kennedy's assassination?
The commission’s name was derived from its chairman, Chief Justice Earl Warren. Future president Gerald Ford was also a member of the commission.
#10. Other than the U.S., which country's capital city is named for a U.S. President?
Monrovia, Liberia is named for James Monroe, a prominent supporter for the colonization of Liberia with emancipated slaves.
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Nixon may look triumphant here, but after resigning he needed to rehabilitate his image to cement his legacy. Your quiz results may not be that bad, but there is work to be done. Keep working at it.
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