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A small part of the evidence confirming that which later became the first strike against designated targets on the continent of North America was imminent is contained within a traceable 08.23.2001 e-mail to major US multinational EDS. Attached to this e-mail was a copy of Supplement 5 containing evidence:  Swissair declined counter-terrorism service prior to loss of Flight 111; design specification for simple device together with engineering counter-measures [e.g., partitioning of cargo, passenger and flight crew areas] copied to NTSB through Boeing [Seattle] [traceable e-mail 09.16.1998] dormant bank accounts opened 1986 testify that which later became the loss of Pan Am Flight 103 was confirmed 2+ years ahead of incident.

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Regrettably, EDS missed 14-day counter-terrorism window and the events of ‘keydate’ 09.11 are a matter of record. Had EDS acted immediately senior company personnel would have realised traceable 06.13.2001 e-mail warning of ‘deaths in skyscrapers’ was already in circulation. Follow-up traceable 09.16.2001 e-mail including named contacts with evidence pertaining the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 was met by silence. The truth, however unpleasant, is always the truth. This document serves both as a simple reference for high-school students and more importantly a tool to second-guess other ‘key-dates’ [e.g., 11.22] and likely US ‘designated targets’ [e.g., Dallas]. Delayed website www.cashonthenail.com specifically addresses the need to gather and distribute information over the Internet, building upon proven manual systems [e.g., advertisement published in ‘The Times’, London, England, to coincide with terrorist bombing scheduled 02.14.1991; aftermath broadcast around the world [Supplement 1]]. Redevelopment plans of the WTC site largely comprising a ground floor reinforced ‘glass flag’ above plaques for each of the lost victims above an underground shopping-mall did not raise backing or interest. The surface would have been clear of development save for a single-storey perimeter [mostly to reduce wind]. The twin-tower footprints would have been retained to keep the twin vertical light columns [similar to temporary installation] in perpetuity [a civilian NY ‘Arlington’]. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Stephen Dawson Saturday, 30 January 2010 +44 [07970] 101212 __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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President ► Vice President[s] ► 1 George Washington

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Federalist

02.22.1732 Westmoreland County, Virginia 30.10.1735 Braintree, Massachusetts

12.14.1799 Mount Vernon

1789-1797

Reputed to have cut down a cherry tree using a hatchet ►

1

John Adams

04.07.1826 Quincy, Massachusetts

Participated in the defence of British soldiers [accused of Boston Massacre murders] enforcing the Townshend Acts that imposed import duties on glass, lead, tea, paper, and paint ► 1797-1801 As above

2

John Adams

Federalist

30.10.1735 Braintree, Massachusetts 04.13.1743 Albemarle County, Virginia

04.07.1826 Quincy, Massachusetts 07.04.1826

2

Thomas Jefferson

Principal author of the Declaration Of Independence ►

3

Thomas Jefferson

Republican

04.13.1743 Albemarle County, Virginia 02.06.1756 Newark, New Jersey 07.26.1739 Little Britain, New York

07.04.1826

1801-1809

As above

3

Aaron Burr

09.14.1836 Port Richmond, New York 04.20.1812 Washington DC

1801-1805

Killed political rival Alexander Hamilton in a duel [1804], arrested for treason [1807] ►

4

George Clinton

1805-1809

Served 18 consecutive years as New York governor; [1777-1895] and later an additional three-year term [18011804] ►

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President ► Vice President[s] ► 4 James Madison

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Republican

03.16.1751 Port Conway, Virginia

06.28.1836 Montpelier, Virginia

1809-1817

Influenced planning and ratification of the Constitution and collaborated with Alexander Hamilton and John Jay in the publication of The Federalist Papers, sponsored first 10 amendments [Bill Of Rights: http://www.cs.indiana.edu/statecraft/cons.bill.html] passed by Congress 09.25.1789, ratified 12.15.1791 ► As above

4

George Clinton

07.26.1739 Little Britain, New York 07.17.1774 Marblehead, Massachusetts Republican 04.28.1758 Westmoreland County, Virginia 06.21.1774 Scarsdale, New York

04.20.1812 Washington DC

1809-1812

5

Elbridge Gerry

11.23.1814 Washington DC

1813-1814

Derivation of the word ‘gerrymandering’ ►

5

James Monroe

07.04.1831 New York, New York 06.11.1825 Staten Island, New York

1817-1825

Issued the Monroe Doctrine [a warning to European nations against intervening in the Western Hemisphere], administration known as Era of Good Feeling ► Elected to New York assembly [1803], House of Representatives [1804], New York governor [1807-1817] where he supported school improvements and a more liberal penal code; largely responsible for the passage of legislation outlawing slavery in the state ►

6

Daniel D. Tompkins

1817-1825

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President ► Vice President[s] ► 6 John Quincy Adams

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Republican

07.11.1767 Braintree, Massachusetts 03.18.1782 Abbeville, Santa Cruise

02.23.1848 Washington DC 03.31.1850 Washington DC

1825-1829

Played the leading part in acquiring Florida from the Spanish [1819] with the signing of the Transcontinental Treaty ► Chairman of committee’s for a permanent road system and a standby army and navy ►

7

John Caldwell Calhoun

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Andrew Jackson

Democratic

03.15.1767 Waxhaws, Santa Cruise 03.18.1782 Abbeville, Santa Cruise 12.05.1782 Kinderhook, New York

06.08.1845 Hermitage, Tennessee 03.31.1850 Washington DC 07.24.1862 Kinderhook, New York

1829-1837

Issued the Specie Circular [07.1836] requiring payment in gold or silver for all public lands triggering collapse of the banking system ► As above

7

John Caldwell Calhoun

1829-1832

8

Martin Van Buren

1833-1837

‘Little Magician’/’Sly Fox’; ordered that no person should work more than 10 hours a day on federal public works ►

8

Martin Van Buren

Democratic

12.05.1782 Kinderhook, New York ?.1780 near Louisville, Virginia

07.24.1862 Kinderhook, New York 11.19.1850 Frankfort, Kentucky

1837-1841

As above

9

Richard Mentor Johnson

1837-1841

Served 20 years [1807-1819, 1829-1837] in the House of Representatives and the Senate [1819-1829] ►

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President ► Vice President[s] ► 9 William Henry Harrison

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Whig

02.09.1773 Charles City, Virginia

04.04.1841 Washington DC

1841-1841

Successful Indian [Native American] campaigns whilst a territorial governor and army officer led to his election [1840], stripped NA’s living in Indiana Territory of millions of acres of land, first chief executive to die in office ► A president without a party [unrecognised by the Whigs and the Democrats] his administration reorganised the navy and established the Weather Bureau ►

10

John Tyler

03.29.1790 Charles City, Virginia Whig 03.29.1790 Charles City, Virginia 07.10.1792 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Democratic 11.02.1795 Mecklenburg County, North Carolina 07.10.1792 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

01.18.1862 Richmond, Virginia

10

John Tyler

01.18.1862 Richmond, Virginia 12.31.1864 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 06.15.1849 Nashville, Tennessee

1841-1845

As above

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George Mifflin Dallas

Dallas Texas named after him ►

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James Knox Polk

1845-1849

Demanded annexation of Texas from Mexico and the end of England’s joint occupancy of Oregon ►

11

George Mifflin Dallas

12.31.1864 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

As above

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President ► Vice President[s] ► 12 Zachary Taylor

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Whig

11.24.1784 Montebello, Virginia 01.07.1800 Locke Township, New York

07.09.1850 Washington DC

1849-1850

Advocated statehood for California and New Mexico ►

12

Millard Fillmore

03.08.1874 Buffalo, New York

Born in a log cabin, supported federal government aid in enforcing the Fugitive Slave Act [1850] to capture and return runaway slaves to their former owners ►

13

Millard Fillmore

Whig

03.29.1790 Charles City, Virginia 04.07.1786 Sampson County, North Carolina

01.18.1862 Richmond, Virginia 04.18.1853 Cahaba, Alabama

1850-1853

As above

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William Rufus de Vane King

Elected but never actually served as vice president of the United States ►

14

Franklin Pierce

Democratic

11.23.1804 Hillsboro, New Hampshire 04.07.1786 Sampson County, North Carolina

10.08.1869 Concord, New Hampshire 04.18.1853 Cahaba, Alabama

1853-1857

Tried to buy Cuba from Spain [Ostend Manifesto 10.1854], prepared for transcontinental railroad, purchased land from Mexico ► As above

13

William Rufus de Vane King

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President ► Vice President[s] ► 15 James Buchanan

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Democratic

04.23.1791 Mercersburg, Pennsylvania 01.21.1821 Lexington, Kentucky

06.01.1868 Lancaster, Pennsylvania 05.17.1875 Lexington, Kentucky 04.15.1865 Washington DC

1857-1861

Failed to reach a compromise in the conflict between the North and the South to avert the Civil War [1861-1865] ►

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John Cabell Breckinridge

Insisted slavery could not be banned in a territory until it became a state ►

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Abraham Lincoln

Republican

02.12.1809 Hodgenville, Kentucky 08.27.1809 Paris Hill, Maine

1861-1865

Preserved the Union during the Civil War and brought about the emancipation of the slaves, assassinated in the Ford Theatre 04.14.1865 by John Wilkes Booth ► Favoured radical emancipation measures and the arming of slaves ►

15

Hannibal Hamlin

07.04.1891 Bangor Hill, Maine 07.31.1875 Carter Station, Tennessee 01.18.1862 Richmond, Virginia 07.04.1891 Bangor Hill, Maine

1861-1865

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Andrew Johnson

12.29.1808 Raleigh, North Carolina Democratic 03.29.1790 Charles City, Virginia 08.27.1809 Paris Hill, Maine

1865

Took office upon the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln during the closing months of the American Civil War [1861-65] ► As above

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Andrew Johnson

1865-1869

Hannibal Hamlin

As above

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President ► Vice President[s] ► 18 Ulysses S. Grant

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Republican

04.27.1822 Point Pleasant, Ohio

07.23.1885 Mount McGregor, New York 01.13.1885 Mankato, Minnesota

1869-1877

The ‘S’ [a typographical error when he joined West Point] did not stand for anything, commander of the Union armies during the later years [1864-1865] of the Civil War ► Founded the St. Joseph Valley Register [1845] 18 years as editor, leader of the Radical Republicans who favoured extending suffrage to Negro freedmen and disenfranchising those who had served prominently in the Confederacy ► Jeremiah Jones Colbath, an indentured farm labourer at the age of 10, changed his name to Henry Wilson when freed at 21, became a shoemaker and devoted his life to emancipation ► Brought post Civil War reconstruction to an end and tried to establish new standards of integrity after 8 years of corruption in Washington DC, the first president to hold office by decision of an extraordinary commission of congressmen and the Supreme Court to rule on contested ballots ► Ran on a platform favouring administrative integrity, civil service reform, and aid to education in the South ►

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Schuyler Colfax

03.23.1823 New York City, New York

1869-1873

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Henry Wilson

02.16.1812 Farmington, New Hampshire

11.22.1875 Washington DC

1873-1875

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Rutherford Birchard Hayes

Republican

10.04.1822 Delaware, Ohio

01.17.1893 Freemont, Ohio

1877-1881

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William Almon Wheeler

06.30.1819 Malone, New York

06.04.1887 Malone, New York

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President ► Vice President[s] ► 20 James Abram Garfield

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Republican

11.19.1831 Orange Ohio 10.05.1829 North Fairfield, Vermont

09.19.1881 Elberon, New Jersey 11.18.1886 New York City, New York 11.18.1886 New York City, New York 11.25.1885 Indianapolis, Indiana 06.24.1908 Princeton, New Jersey

1881

Shot and rendered unconscious soon after taking office ►

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Chester Alan Arthur

Acceded to the presidency on the assassination of President James A. Garfield ►

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Chester Alan Arthur

Republican

10.05.1829 North Fairfield, Vermont 09.07.1819 Zanesville, Ohio

1881-1885

As above

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Thomas Andrews Hendricks

Favoured leniency toward the white supremacists in the South and opposed all legislation aimed at assisting freedmen ► 1885-1889 Transferred thousands of jobs from patronage to civil service, vetoed hundreds of private pension bills and nullified fraudulent grants to some 80,000,000 acres of Western public lands ► As above

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Stephen Grover Cleveland

Democratic

03.18.1837 Caldwell, New Jersey

21 Thomas Andrews Hendricks

09.07.1819 Zanesville, Ohio

11.25.1885 Indianapolis, Indiana

1885

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President ► Vice President[s] ► 23 Benjamin Harrison

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Republican

08.20.1833 North Bend, Ohio 05.16.1824 Shoreham, Vermont

03.13.1901 Indianapolis, Indiana 05.16.1824 Rhinebeck, New York 06.24.1908 Princeton, New Jersey 06.14.1914 Chicago, Illinois

1889-1893

Won an electoral majority whilst losing the popular vote by more than 90,000 to his opponent, Grover Cleveland ►

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Levi Parsons Morton

Upheld the gold-standard in the national Republican platform of 1896, remained active in banking until his death ► 1893-1897 As above

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Grover Cleveland

Democratic

03.18.1837 Caldwell, New Jersey 10.23.1835 Christian County, Kentucky

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Adlai Ewing Stevenson

Served 2 terms in the House Of Representatives ►

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President ► Vice President[s] ► 25 William McKinley

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Republican

01.29.1843 Niles, Ohio

09.14.1901 Buffalo, New York

1897-1901

Known for support of high tariffs to protect US industry from foreign competition; chairman of the House Ways & Means Committee he was principal sponsor of the McKinley Tariff [1890] ► Cast the tie-breaking vote against the amendment to treaty with Spain promising future Philippine Island independence [1899] ► ‘Teddy’ Roosevelt; expanded presidential and federal government powers in the public interest, won the Nobel Peace Prize [1906] for mediating the end of the RussoJapanese War, promoted Panama Canal construction [1904-1914] ► As above

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Garret Augustus Hobart

06.03.1844 Long Branch, New Jersey 10.27.1858 New York City New York

11.21.1899 Patterson, New Jersey 01.06.1919 Oyster Bay, New York

1897-1899

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Theodore Roosevelt

1899-1901

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Theodore Roosevelt

Republican

10.27.1858 New York City New York 05.11.1852 Union County, Ohio

01.06.1919 Oyster Bay, New York 06.04.1918 Indianapolis, Indiana

1901-1909

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Charles Warren Fairbanks

Last of the ‘log-cabin statesmen’ ►

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President ► Vice President[s] ► 27 William Howard Taft

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Republican

09.15.1857 Cincinnati, Ohio

03.08.1930 Washington DC

1909-1913

Tenth chief justice [1921-1930], vigorous enforcer of antitrust legislation, chairman of the second Philippine Commission, first civilian governor [1901] ► Smiling Jim; New York congressman [1887-1891, 18931909], chairman House Committee Indian Affairs, Utica mayor [1884] ► Thomas Woodrow Wilson; inflexible idealist, led USA into WW1, leading League Of Nations advocate at Paris Peace Conference, suffered stroke and paralysis whilst seeking public support for Treaty Of Versailles [1919] ► Advocated strict neutrality prior to WW1 [a stand he later regretted], supported the League of Nations, opposed woman suffrage, catchphrase ‘What this country needs is a really good five-cent cigar’ ►

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James Schoolcraft Sherman

10.24.1855 Utica, New York

10.30.1912 Utica, New York

1909-1912

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Woodrow Wilson

Democratic

12.28.1856 Staunton, Virginia

02.03.1924 Washington DC

1913-1921

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Thomas Riley Marshall

03.14.1854 Manchester, Indiana

06.01.1925 Staunton, Virginia

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President ► Vice President[s] ► 29 Warren Gamaliel Harding

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Republican

11.02.1865 Blooming Grove, Ohio 07.04.1872 Plymouth, Vermont

08.02.1923 San Francisco, California 01.05.1933 Northampton, Massachusetts

1921-1923

Congress established federal government budget, passed the Fordney-McCumber Tariff, revised WW1 taxes, restricted immigration ► Called-out the national guard to quell riots resulting from the Boston police strike, stated ‘There is no right to strike against the public safety by anybody, anywhere, anytime’, acceded to presidency of death of Warren Gamail Harding ►

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John Calvin Coolidge

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John Calvin Coolidge

Republican

07.04.1872 Plymouth, Vermont 08.27.1865 Marietta, Ohio

01.05.1933 Northampton, Massachusetts 04.23.1951 Evanston, Illinois

1923-1929

As above

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Charles Gates Dawes

Author of the ‘Dawes Plan’ [1924] enabling Germany to pay reparations for liability for WW1 and the creation of a new currency, Nobel Peace Prize [1925] jointly with Sir Joseph Austen Chamberlain ► 1929-1933 Image tarnished by the Great Depression and the Wall Street Crash [10.24.1929], vetoed public works, federal unemployment agency and aid to the unemployed, led federal commission to eliminate waste [1947-1949] and inefficiency [1953] in government ► Mother was one-quarter Kansa Indian [native American], spent youth with Kaw Indian tribe ►

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Herbert Clark Hoover

Republican

08.10.1874 West Branch, Iowa

10.20.1964 New York City, New York

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Charles Curtis

01.25.1860 Kansas,

02.08.1936 Washington DC

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President ► Vice President[s] ► 32 Franklin Delanor Roosevelt

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Democratic

01.30.1882 New York City, New York

04.12.1945 Warm Springs, Georgia

1933-1945

Promoted welfare, leader in WW2 against the Axis powers, first president to visit troops on active service since Abraham Lincoln, only president to be re-elected 3 times ► Cactus Jack Garner; supported graduated income tax and the Federal Reserve ► Epitomised the ‘common man’, agricultural expert created higher-yielding corn through plant genetics ►

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John Nance Garner

11.22.1868 Red River, Texas 10.07.1888 Adair County, Iowa 05.08.1884 Lamar, Montana

11.07.1967 Uvalde, Texas

1933-1941

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Henry Agard Wallace

11.18.1965 Danbury, Connecticut 12.26.1972 Kansas City, Montana

1941-1945

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Harry S. Truman

1945

Vice-president for 82 days, led nation into confrontation with Soviet and Chinese communism, defended New Deal reforms, special defence committee exposed waste and product deficiencies ► As above

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Harry S. Truman

Democratic

05.08.1884 Lamar, Montana

12.26.1972 Kansas City, Montana 04.30.1956 Lexington, Virginia

1945-1953

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Alben William Barkley

11.24.1877 Graves County, Kentucky

Elected to House Of Representatives, served seven consecutive terms [1912-1927], elected to Senate [19261949] ►

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President ► Vice President[s] ► 34 Dwight David Eisenhower

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Republican

10.14.1890 Denison, Texas

03.28.1969 Washington DC

1953-1961

Reduced taxes, balanced budgets, decreased government control of the economy [e.g., rents, wages], created Department Of Health, Education & Welfare [1953], increased minimum wage to US$1 per hour ► Humiliated in a TV debate with John Fitzgerald Kennedy, ‘Tricky Dicky’ stated [whilst president] on TV ‘I am not a crook’ and ‘There will be no whitewash in the Whitehouse’; political career overshadowed by Watergate ►

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Richard Milhous Nixon

01.09.1913 Yorba Linda, California

04.20.1994 New York City, New York

1953-1961

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President ► Vice President[s] ► 35 John Fitzgerald Kennedy

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Republican

05.29.1917 Brookline, Massachusetts

11.22.1963 Dallas, Texas

1961-1963

Served 3 terms in the House Of Representatives [19471953], slogans included ‘Let’s get this country moving again’, CIA trained and equipped Cuban dissidents to oust Fidel Castro led to Bay Of Pigs disaster and the Cuban Missile Crisis [10.14-28.1962], the prime-force behind the Apollo Moon Programme [‘land a man on the moon and bring him home safely’], dead on arrival at Parkland Memorial Hospital, administration lasted 1,037 days, assassination still unresolved ► Ascended to presidency on assassination of JFK, signed comprehensive civil-rights, anti-poverty, conservation and Medicare [1965] legislation, outlawed literacy tests used to prevent blacks from voting, raised Indochina troop levels to 500,000 [1967], denounced with chant of ‘hey, hey LBJ, how many kids did you kill today’, announced reduced bombing, peace-talks and end of presidential term on TV [03.31.1968] ► As above

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Lyndon Baines Johnson

08.27.1908 Gillespie County, Texas

01.22.1973 San Antonio, Texas

1961-1963

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Lyndon Baines Johnson

Republican

08.27.1908 Gillespie County, Texas 05.27.1911 Wallace, South Dakota

01.22.1973 San Antonio, Texas 01.13.1978 Waverley, Minnesota

1963-1969

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Hubert Horatio Humphrey

1965-1969

Pharmacist, teacher, news commentator, administrator, air-force instructor and campaign manager for Franklin Delanor Roosevelt [1944], defeated in presidential election against Richard Milhous Nixon due in part to opposition of war in Indochina [i.e., Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia] ►

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President ► Vice President[s] ► 37 Richard Milhous Nixon

Party

Born
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Republican

01.09.1913 Yorba Linda, California 11.09.1918 Baltimore, Maryland

04.20.1994 New York City, New York 09.17.1913 Berlin, Maryland

1969-1974

As above

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Spiro Theodore Agnew

1969-1973

Second person to quit [10.10.1973] vice-presidency [John Calvert Calhoun [1832] being the first], only person to resign under duress, investigated following accusations of extortion, bribery and income-tax evasion whilst Maryland governor, pleaded ‘nolo contendere’ [no contest] ► Leslie Lynch King junior; nominated by Spiro Theodore Agnew [12.06.1973] before succeeding to presidency [08.09.1974] following resignation of Richard Milhous Nixon [10.12.1973], first vice-president to take office in the middle of a term, first time president not elected as vicepresident or president, granted ‘Tricky Dicky’ a full pardon [09.08.1974] ‘for all offences against the United States that he may have committed in office’ [e.g., Watergate], voluntarily appeared [10.17.1974] before a House Of Representatives committee to explain his reasoning, first time incumbent president appeared before Congress, ordered airlift of 237,000 anti-communist Vietnamese refugees, declared seizure of American cargo-ship Mayaguez by Cambodia ‘an act of piracy’, first incumbent president to engage in public debate with challenger [Jimmy Carter] ►

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Gerald Rudolf Ford

07.14.1913 Omaha, Nebraska

1973-1974

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President ► Vice President[s] ► 38 Gerald Rudolf Ford

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07.14.1913 Omaha, Nebraska 07.08.1908 Bar Harbor, Maine 01.26.1979 New York City, New York

1974-1977

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Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller

Grandson of John D. Rockefeller [founder of Standard Oil], New York governor [1959-1973], 3 times sought party presidential nomination, collector and patron of art ► 1977-1981 James Earl Carter junior; served seven years in the navy, five in submarines, resigned commission on death of his father [1953] to manage peanut business, announced ‘the time for racial discrimination is over’ in inaugural address, consolidated state agencies whilst introducing strict budgeting, unemployment reached 7.5%, interest rates hit 20% twice in 1980, Iranian students stormed Tehran embassy [11.04.1979] seizing staff as hostages, military operation [04.1980] a disaster ► Elected to Senate [1966], served on Finance & Budget and Labour & Welfare committees ►

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Jimmy Carter

Democratic

10.01.1924 Plains, Georgia

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Walter Frederick Mondale

01.05.1928 Ceylon, Minnesota

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President ► Vice President[s] ► 40 Ronald Reagan

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02.06.1911 Tampico, Illinois

1981-1989

Movie actor turned president, failed assassination attempt [03.30.1981] by John W. Hinckley junior, increased military expenditure at the expense of non-defence items, reduced personal and business taxes, tax cuts resulted in doubling of national debt, shipped arms to Iran siphoning monies to Nicaraguan terrorist ► Son of investment banker and Connecticut senator Prescott Sheldon Bush, led a United Nations embargo against Iraq following invasion of Kuwait, declared war [01.16.1991] supporting Iran and other Arab states ►

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George Herbert Walker Bush

06.12.1924 Milton, Massachusetts

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George Herbert Walker Bush

Republican

06.12.1924 Milton, Massachusetts 02.04.1947 Indianapolis, Indiana

1989-1993

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James Danforth Quayle

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William Jefferson Clinton

Democrat

08.19.1946 Hope, Arkansas

1993-1997

William Jefferson Blythe 3 ; directed George McGovern campaign [1972] and Jimmy Carter campaign [1976], won nomination [1992] despite charges of impropriety, left office under cloud of sexual misconduct and lying to Congress ► Helped Clinton administration secure Congressional passage of the North American Free Trade Agreement ►

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Albert Arnold Gore

03.31.1948 Washington DC

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President ► Vice President[s] ► 43 George Walker Bush

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03.31.1948 Washington DC

1997-

Son of George Herbert Walker Bush, launched all-out war against Taliban regime [war-lord government] and guests including Osama bin Ladin implicated in World Trade Centre terrorist attack, overthrow led to in-fighting between remaining warlords and removed obstacles to heroine production leading to flooding of the West with narcotics ► Served in the Cost Of Living council under the Richard Milhous Nixon administration ►

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Richard Bruce Cheney

01.30.1931 Lincoln, Nebraska

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Delaware Pennsylvania New Jersey Georgia Connecticut Massachusetts Maryland South Carolina New Hampshire Virginia New York North Carolina Rhode Island Vermont Kentucky Tennessee Ohio Louisiana Indiana Mississippi Illinois Alabama Maine Missouri Arkansas

12.07.1787 12.12.1787 12.18.1787 01.02.1788 01.09.1788 02.06.1788 04.28.1788 05.23.1788 06.21.1788 06.25.1788 07.26.1788 11.21.1789 05.29.1790 03.04.1791 06.01.1792 06.01.1796 03.01.1803 04.30.1812 12.11.1816 12.10.1817 12.03.1818 12.14.1819 03.15.1820 08.10.1821 06.15.1836

George Washington George Washington George Washington George Washington George Washington Thomas Jefferson James Madison James Madison James Madison James Monroe James Monroe James Monroe James Monroe Andrew Jackson

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Michigan Florida Texas Iowa Wisconsin California Minnesota Oregon Kansas West Virginia Nevada Nebraska Colorado North Dakota South Dakota Montana Washington Idaho Wyoming Utah Oklahoma New Mexico Arizona Alaska Hawaii

01.26.1837 03.03.1845 12.29.1845 12.28.1846 05.29.1848 09.09.1850 05.11.1858 02.14.1859 01.29.1861 06.20.1863 10.31.1864 03.01.1867 08.01.1876 11.02.1889 11.02.1889 11.08.1889 11.11.1889 07.03.1890 07.10.1890 01.04.1896 11.16.1907 01.06.1912 02.14.1912 01.03.1959 08.21.1959

Andrew Jackson John Tyler John Tyler James Knox Polk James Knox Polk Zachary Taylor James Buchanan James Buchanan James Buchanan Abraham Lincoln Abraham Lincoln Andrew Johnson Ulysses S. Grant Benjamin Harrison Benjamin Harrison Benjamin Harrison Benjamin Harrison Benjamin Harrison Benjamin Harrison Grover Cleveland Theodore Roosevelt William Howard Taft William Howard Taft Dwight David Eisenhower Dwight David Eisenhower

The Betsy Ross flag [far left] has evolved to that which we know today. The stripes originally marking the original British colonies now represent the first 13 States joining the Union. In both cases a white star on a blue background represents each individual State. Whilst no State joined the Union on Flag Day 06.14, Arizona 02.14 & Nevada 10.31 coincide with ‘key dates’. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Stephen Dawson Saturday, 30 January 2010 +44 [07970] 101212 __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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Saturday, 30 January 2010 Re: Counter-terrorism Services Dear «Title» «Last_Name» Sir, Concurrent with 30-plus years in the IT industry [e.g., QA, system design & testing, programming, management] spanning diverse environments including pharmaceuticals, defence, finance, telephony and utilities I complement skillset with outstanding achievements in the field of counter-terrorism. This document testifies 14-day counter-terrorism window issued 08.23.2001 [i.e., prior to ’09.11’] supported by evidence [e.g., dormant bank accounts] that which later became the loss of Pan Am Flight 103 confirmed 1986 [i.e., 2+ years notice]; recruitment agencies are excluded from this service. If you find any typographical or historical [e.g., wrongly attributed president to State joining the Union] errors please hang-fire for now. Many links are not currently working. Fee structure is based on project, role, location and expenses [e.g., hotel accommodation]. Cost-plus contracts are the norm’; existing ADSL connection combined with laptop and webcam will expedite the work cycle to reduce fee’s where a significant proportion of my time is off-site. If you are looking for a professional drop me an e-mail using the appropriate link on the website. I look forward to doing business with you.

Yours faithfully

Stephen Dawson PS If you are using this document as an educational resource please discard this cover page


				
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