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How many "public enemies" did the FBI's J. Edgar Hoover arrest?

Answer: Zero



Who was Richard Nixon's vice-presidential running mate in 1960?

Answer: Henry Cabot Lodge



What was the name of the first atomic aircraft carrier?

Answer: U.S.S. Enterprise (commissioned in 1961)



The Liberty Bell was cracked on July 8, 1835, when it was rung for the death march of whom?

Answer: Chief Justice John Marshal



In 1988, the biggest drug bust in sports history occurred at the Olympic Games. In what country did that take place?

Answer: Seoul, South Korea




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