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It may not have been home to the president until 1800 or even called the White House until 1901, but it remains a symbol of freedom and democracy throughout the world.
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The Oval Office has been filled with extraordinary presidents, but did you know about these not-so-famous firsts?
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Nancy Reagan Introduces "Just Say No" Campaign
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In a nationally broadcast message to the American people on September 14, 1986, first lady Nancy Reagan joins President Ronald Reagan to kick off her "Just Say No" campaign, an effort to raise drug abuse awareness.
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Grace Coolidge was an American first lady, the wife of Calvin Coolidge, 30th president of the United States.Go
America's first televised war comes starkly and comprehensively alive in this sweeping documentary collection.
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