SOURCE: USA Today
Historians have for decades weighed presidents' virtues and accomplishments in a bid to determine the best and worst of the bunch.
by Susan Swain
Presidential rankings are quick, fun, and highly shareable on social media. They foster lively debate about contemporary presidents and even help resurface some of our most obscure presidents.
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