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Extraordinary Circumstances:
The Presidency of Gerald R. Ford

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Gerald R. Ford took on the office of vice president left vacant by the disgraced Spiro Agnew, stepping into a role that he never aspired to play, but taking it on because he believed it was his duty as a citizen and a statesman. He told his wife, "Betty, don't worry, vice presidents don't do anything."
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