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 How many Vice Presidents were left-handed?

Answer In the 234-year history of the United States, five Vice Presidents have been left-handed. Henry Wallace, Gerald Ford, Nelson Rockefeller, George H.W. Bush and Al Gore all belonged to this elite clu... Read More »
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How many U.S. presidents have been in the Masons?

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How many Republican presidents have been elected in the history of the United States?

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Are there left-handed bowling balls?

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How many MLB catchers are left-handed?

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