President A. Johnson is acquitted by Senate

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USA President Andrew Johnson, who has been impeached by the American Senate for violating the 'Tenure of Office' Act, is acquitted, after the accusers narrowly failed to achieve the two-thirds majority in the final vote.

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Editors. "President A. Johnson is acquitted by Senate". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 30 December 2011
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