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Who authorized the atomic bomb drop? — Political Trivia




Presidential Quiz

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Who authorized the atomic bomb drop?

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Who was involved in Teapot Dome scandal?

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Who was president during World War I?

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Who passed the Affordable Care Act?

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Who is known for 'Reaganomics'?

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Who was president during 9/11 attacks?

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Who was assassinated in Dallas, 1963?

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Who started the War on Drugs?

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Who resigned due to Watergate scandal?

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Who faced the Iran-Contra affair?

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Who introduced the New Deal?

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Who led the U.S. during Civil War?

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Who was involved in Watergate scandal?

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Who signed the Emancipation Proclamation?

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Who was impeached twice by Congress?

Did you know that the first Presidential quiz in American history was conducted by modern media to engage the public in political processes?

In 1952, CBS introduced “Presidential Quiz,” a radio program featuring trivia about former and current U.S. Presidents.

The show aimed to educate and entertain the audience while promoting civic knowledge.

Trivia included historical facts, personal anecdotes, and policy decisions, making it an early attempt to blend education with entertainment.

This innovative approach set the stage for future political engagement through media and continues to inspire similar initiatives today.

How did you do on the quiz? Share your results and thoughts in the comments below!

1 Comment

1 Comment

  1. Charlie

    July 4, 2024 at 8:49 pm

    I had 100% correct, but your site said that I missed 2 questions. Why does this keep happening?

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