Alma Mater Yale Honors History-Making Legacy Of Gerald Ford, 38th U.S. President

As the 38th President of the U.S., Gerald Ford inherited a much-troubled nation. In 1974 Ford took office, following the resignation of President Richard Nixon, who left the White House in disgrace over the Watergate scandal. A longtime Republican congressman from Michigan, Ford is credited with helping to restore public confidence in government after the disillusionment of the Watergate era…

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