Benjamin Harrison

Born: August 20th, 1833
Died: March 13th, 1901 (Age: 67)

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Benjamin Harrison was the 23rd President of the United States, serving from 1889 to 1893. He was a grandson of President William Henry Harrison and a former Indiana senator and governor. During his presidency, Harrison focused on issues such as tariffs, labor, and education, and he was a strong supporter of the arts and the environment. He also advocated for the annexation of Hawaii and the development of the Panama Canal. Despite his efforts, Harrison's presidency was marked by political gridlock and he was unable to pass many of his proposed reforms.