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What do all of these former Presidents have in common? Abraham Lincoln,John F.
Kennedy,James Garfield,and Franklin Roosevelt

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    Is there any other similarities?

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    I don't know of any other similarities, but if you researched each man, you might find a few similarities. However, these similarities are probably shared by other presidents.

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