America was just beginning to recover from the bloodiest war in its history when Andrew Johnson took the oath of office—and a firm stance against progressive thought.
Johnson, the 17th president of the United States, took office on April 15, 1865, just hours after Abraham Lincoln was assassinated. He a..
When Gerald Rudolph Ford was sworn in as President in August 1974, he inherited a conflict that was already a century in the making.
Ninety-seven years earlier, in the Black Hills of South Dakota, the federal government entered into an agreement with a small group of Sioux Indians. The 1877...