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Rufus King
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Rufus King
Portrait of Rufus King

4th President of the United States of America
January 7, 1809 – 1821

Predecessor Thomas Jefferson
Successor James Monroe
Born March 24, 1755
Massachusetts, 13 Colonies
Died April 29, 1827
New York, United States of America
Spouse Mary King
Political Party Federalist Party
Religion Episcopalian
Profession Lawyer
Rufus King (1755 - 1827) was the fourth president of the United States of America. He is widely regarded as the greatest president of the nation out of the first five, and is credited with the growth of the nation into a regional power, and setting it on the path toward becoming a great power. He introduced the King Reforms, is credited with the demise of slavery, and centralized the United States government, and ended the British-American War effectively through his leadership. Following his administration, the anti-Federalists were hardly able to recover. He was also president for the second longest amount of time of any U.S. president (12 years, or 3 terms).