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Oct 15, 2022

[Answer] Which Presidents died on the same day?

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...1. Thomas Jefferson and John Adams 2. John Adams and George Washington 3. James Madison and Andrew Jackson 4. Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson




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Thomas Jefferson and John Adams - On July 4, 1826, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams died within five hours of each other. As the last surviving members of the American Revolution, Adams and Jefferson believed wholly in life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, though this was as far as their friendship went. Preceding Jefferson, Adams believed in a strong centralized government. Jefferson on the other hand believed the federal government should step back, giving more power to the individual states. While campaigning against one another in the presidential election of 1800, both Jefferson and Adams fought bitter campaigns engaging in slanderous attacks on one another. Jefferson proved to be victorious, winning the election to serve as president. Though the two disagreed for much of their years in politics, both Adams and Jefferson made a truce and became friends with over 14 years of correspondence before their deaths.:


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