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June 28, 2000 | MIKE DOWNEY
Ulysses S. Grant was 46 when elected president of the United States for the first time, and only 54 upon leaving office. "Grant was a young guy, not that doughty face we know from a $50 bill," says Ev Ehrlich, the author of a new book about our 18th president. Bill Clinton was 46 when first elected, and will likewise be 54 come the next president's inauguration day.
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June 28, 2000 | MIKE DOWNEY
Ulysses S. Grant was 46 when elected president of the United States for the first time, and only 54 upon leaving office. "Grant was a young guy, not that doughty face we know from a $50 bill," says Ev Ehrlich, the author of a new book about our 18th president. Bill Clinton was 46 when first elected, and will likewise be 54 come the next president's inauguration day.
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October 1, 1998 | PAUL D. COLFORD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The president decides to resign three full years into his term so that the vice president will be eligible to succeed him and still serve two terms of his own. Clinton and Gore? No, Hoak and Honeycutt. Ev Ehrlich's "Big Government," a satirical first novel published last week by Warner Books, mirrors some of the real-life possibilities in crisis-charged Washington when a president steps down. But any similarities to the present day are purely serendipitous, Ehrlich says.
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