Tuesday, October 12, 2010

BOOKS ON GOOGLE BOOKS THAT DEFINE "NATURAL BORN CITIZEN"

A view of the Constitution of the United States of America - Page 80

William Rawle - 1825 - 347 pages - Full view
Therefore every person born within the United States, its territories or districts, whether the p
arents are citizens or aliens, is a natural born citizen in the sense of the constitution, and entitled to all the rights and privileges ...books.google.com - More editions

Commentaries on American law: Volume 1 - Page 273

James Kent - 1832 - Full view
As the President is required to be a native citizen of the United States, ambitious foreigners cannot intrigue for the office, and the qualification of birth cuts off all those inducements from abroad to corruption, negotiation, ...books.google.com - More editions

A familiar exposition of the Constitution of the United States: ... - Page 167

Joseph Story - 1840 - 372 pages - Full view
It is not too much to say, that no one, but a native citizen, ought ordinarily to be intrusted with an office so vital to the safety and liberties of the people. But an exception was, from a deep sense of gratitude, made in favor of ...books.google.com - More editions

Elementary catechism on the Constitution of the United States: For ... - Page 48

Arthur Joseph Stansbury - 1828 - 78 pages - Full view
... but two thirds of their number is sufficient to vote. Q. May any person be chosen President of the United States ? A. Not every person ; none may be chosen unless he has been born in the United States, or was a citizen ...books.google.com

Common school assistant: Volumes 1-5
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1836 - Snippet view
The first and highest public officer in our government is the President of the United States. Before a man can be made President he must be thirty-five years old, must have been born in the United States and lived in them at least ...books.google.com - More editions

The unconstitutionality of slavery - Page 119

Lysander Spooner - 1845 - 156 pages - Full view
Every person, then, born in the country, and that shall have attained the age of thirty-five years, and been fourteen years a resident within the United States, is eligible to the office of president. And if eligible to that office, ...books.google.com - More editions

New Englander and Yale review: Volume 3 - Page 434

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher - 1845 - Full view
It is the very essence of the condition of a natural born citizen, of one who is a member of the state by birth within and under it, that his rights are not derived from the mere will of the slate. For the state and the citizen spring ...books.google.com - More editions

The American manual: containing a brief outline of the origin and ... - Page 28

Joseph Bartlett Burleigh - 1849 - 376 pages - Full view
A natural (or native) born citizen of the United States means a person born within the limits of the American Republic;— a citizen of the United States at the time of the adoption of the Constitution denotes a foreigner who was then an ...books.google.com - More editions

Blackstone's commentaries - Page 323

St. George Tucker, William Blackstone - Preview
That provision in the constitution which requires that the president shall be a native-born citizen (unless he were a citizen of the United States when the constitution was adopted,) is a happy means of security against foreign ...books.google.com - More editions

History of governments showing the progress of civil society and ... - Page 341

Augustine Joseph Hickey Duganne - 1860 - 393 pages - Full view
Inhowever, to be native-born citizens of the order to be eligible to the office of President, a person must have been born in the United States. (2.) He must have resided in the country at least fourteen years, and must be thirty-five years

The American law register: Volume 2 - Page 206

1854 - Full view
But the law of France rejects the principle of the English law, and of our own laws, that birth within the limits and jurisdiction of France, makes a Frenchman, or a natural-born citizen or subject of France, absolutely, and provides ...books.google.com - More editions

First lessons in civil government: including a comprehensive view ... - Page 32

Andrew White Young - 1846 - 235 pages - Full view
This is called becoming naturalized ; that is, becoming entitled to all the rights and privileges of natural born citizens, or citizens born in this country. (See Naturalization.) § 7. Persons also who have been convicted of infamous ...books.google.com - More editions

The law of freedom and bondage in the United States: Volume 2 - Page 304

John Codman Hurd - 1862 - Full view
Undoubtedly, this language of the Constitution was used in reference to that principle of public law, well understood in this country at the time of the adoption of the Constitution, which referred citizenship to the place of birth. ...books.google.com - More editions

A history of the United States, from the discovery of the American ... - Page 439

George Bancroft - 1866 - Full view
The king of England, according to the rule of modern civilization, claimed as his subjects all persons born within his dominions : in like manner every one who first saw the light on the American soil was a natural-born citizen ; but ...books.google.com - More editions

Opinion of Attorney General Bates on citizenship - Page 8

Edward Bates - 1862 - 27 pages - Full view
We have natural born citizens, (Constitution, article 2, § 5,) not made by law or otherwise, but born. ... says not one word, and furnishes not one hint, in relation to the color or to the ancestral race of the " natural born citizen. ...books.google.com - More editions

The Abolitionist: Volume 1 - Page 166

William Lloyd Garrison, New-England Anti-Slavery Society, Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society - 1833 - 192 pages - Full view
Therefore every person born within the United States, its territories, or districts, whether the parents are citizens or aliens, is a natural born citizen in the sense of the constitution, and entitled to all the rights and privileges ...books.google.com - More editions

A law dictionary: adapted to the Constitution and laws of the ...: Volume 1 - Page 275

John Bouvier, Daniel Angell Gleason - 1871 - Full view
Native citizens may fill any office; naturalized citizens may be elected or appointed to any office under the constitution uf the United States, except the offices of president and vice-president. The constitution provides that "the ...books.google.com - More editions

Immigration: its evils and consequences - Page 10

Samuel Clagett Busey - 1856 - 162 pages - Full view
They declared by that solemn compact, that the President of the United States should be a native born citizen, and, as consequent truths, which necessarily follow from .this principle, they established, 1. That the army of the United ...books.google.com - More editions


Outline lessons in civil government: designed for common schools, ... - Page 38

W. L. Thatcher - 1879 - 211 pages - Full view
No person, except a natural born citizen, or a citizen of the United States, at the time of the adoption of this ... Natural born. — Born in the United States. Our state constitution does not thus limit the office of its executive. (6. ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼

catechism of the united states history - Page 279

b.r. carroll - 1859 - Full view
A majority of the aggregate electoral votes is necessary to elect. THE PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT must be native born citizens, at least thirty-five years of age, and have been resident for fourteen years. ...books.google.com

Smith's hand-book for travellers through the United States of ... - Page 13
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John Calvin Smith - 1856 - 275 pages - Full view
No person can be President or Vice-president who is not a native- born citizen, of the age of thirty-five years, ...books.google.com

Philp's Washington described: a complete view of the American ... - Page 74

William D'Arcy Haley - 1861 - 239 pages - Full view
He must be a native-born citizen, or a citizen of the United States at the time of the adoption of the Constitution, and must have attained the age of thirty -five years ; and, from the commencement of the government, so wisely was this ...books.google.com - More editions

Abridged history of the United States: or, Republic of America - Page 254

Emma Willard - 1847 - 336 pages - Full view
The executive power is vested in a president and vice-president; each chosen for a term of four years ; each to be a native born citizen, and to have attained the age of thirty-five. ...books.google.com - More editions

American facts: Notes and statistics relative to the government, ... - Page 44

George Palmer Putnam - 1845 - 292 pages - Full view
No person is eligible to the office who is less than thirty-five years of age, and is not a native-born citizen of the United States. The Vice-President is chosen at the same time, in the same way. He is ex-officio President of the ...books.google.com - More editions

A brief exposition of the Constitution of the United States: with ... - Page 96

James Bayard - 1833 - 166 pages - Full view
It is not necessary that a man should be born in this country, to be " a natural born citizen." It is only requisite he should be a citizen by birth, and that is the case with all the children of citizens who have ever resided in this ...books.google.com - More editions

Recollections of a visit to the United States and British ... - Page 158

1856 - 266 pages - Full view
No person can be President or vice-President, except a native-born citizen, of the age of at least thirty-five years, and who has been fourteen years a resident within the United States. The President is Commander-in-Chief of the army ...books.google.com - More editions

Institutes of international law: public and private, as settled by ... - Page 221

Daniel Gardner - 1860 - 719 pages - Full view
Hence, the President, a native-born citizen, or a citizen at the adoption of the Constitution, and thirty- five years of age, elected for four years, and charged with the executive power of the Union, may, with the advice and consent of ...books.google.com

The law of real property of the state of New York: containing the ... - Page 22

T. M. Lalor, John Duer, Benjamin Franklin Butler - 1855 - 337 pages - Full view
1 can entertain no doubt, but that by the law of the United States, every person born within the dominions and allegiance of the United States, whatever were the situation of his parents, is a natural born citizen ;" /6. ...

A treatise on the law of sales of personal property: with ... - Page 17

William Wetmore Story, Edmund Hatch Bennett - 1871 - 667 pages - Full view
The children of aliens, born in America or in England, are entitled to all the privileges of natural-born citizens.1 This rule does not, however, obtain in France, unless the child, after attaining the age of twenty-one years, ...books.google.com - More editions

Elements of international law - Page 113

Henry Wheaton, Alexander Charles Boyd - 1878 - 760 pages - Full view
England and America claim all who are born within their dominions, as natural born birth in subjects or citizens, whatever may have been the parents' nationality (n). ...books.google.com - More editions

Tuttle's new history of America: an historical and descriptive ... - Page 63

Charles Richard Tuttle - 1876 - 568 pages - Full view
The Chief Executive and the Vice President must be native born citizens of the United States, residing within the states fourteen years, and the Constitution further demands that they shall have attained the age of thirty-five years. ...books.google.com

The student's law lexicon: a dictionary of legal words and phrases ... - Page 185

William Cox Cochran - 1888 - 332 pages - Full view
... which is due from all natural-born subjects to their sovereign, as distinguished from local allegiance, which is only temporary. Natural-born citizens, those that are born within the jurisdiction of a national government; ie, ...books.google.com - More editions

Immigration: its evils and consequences - Page 10

Samuel Clagett Busey - 1856 - 162 pages - Full view
They declared by that solemn compact, that the President of the United States should be a native born citizen, and, as consequent truths, which necessarily follow from .this principle, they established, 1. That the army of the United ...books.google.com - More editions

The American encyclopædic dictionary: Volume 12 - Page 867

S. J. Herrtage, John A. Williams, Robert Hunter - 1897 - Full view
Citizens may be divided Into two classes : natural born and alien born. Natural-born citizens are of two kinds: native born — those born of either American or alien parents ...books.google.com - More editions


A dictionary of American and English law: with definitions of the ... - Page 212

Stewart Rapalje, Robert Linn Lawrence - 1883 - 1380 pages - Full view
Native born citizens are eligible to any office, but naturalized citizens cannot fill the office* of president or vice-president of the United States. Children of citizens born while their parents are traveling abroad, are citizens, ...books.google.com - More editions

Handbook of the United States political history for readers and ... - Page 282

1906 - 452 pages - Full view
The Election of the President. The chief executive of the United States must be a native-born citizen and at least thirty-five years of age, which is five more than required for a Senator and ten more than for a Representative. ...books.google.com - More editions

The popular American dictionary, on the basis of Webster, ... - Page 430

1885 - 544 pages - Full view
The Executive power is vested in a President. He must be a native-born citizen, a resident of the United States, and at least thirty-five years of age. He holds his office during a term of four years, and may be re-elected. ...books.google.com - More editions

The Nation: Volume 67 - Page 10

1898 - Full view
The court accepts the natural conclusion of these premises, and holds that the children of Chinese subjects born In the United States must be considered as natural-born citizens; and Congress, while it may refuse to naturalize subjects ...books.google.com - More editions

Law dictionary - Page 469

John Bouvier, Francis Rawle - 1897 - Full view
The term natural-born citizen used in the federal constitution is not therein defined. Its meaning must be gathered from the common law. An alien enemy cannot be naturalized ; RS § 2171. An applicant for naturalization must have been a ...books.google.com - More editions

An exposition of the constitution of the United States - Page 286

Albert Orville Wright - 1883 - Full view
All persons born in the United States, except wild Indians, are natural-born citizens, and any foreigner may become an adopted citizen by being naturalized. (See page 88. ...books.google.com - More editions

Tuttle's new history of America: an historical and descriptive ... - Page 63

Charles Richard Tuttle - 1876 - 568 pages - Full view
The Chief Executive and the Vice President must be native born citizens of the United States, residing within the states fourteen years, and the Constitution further demands that they shall have attained the age of thirty-five years. ...books.google.com

Civil government: describing the various forms of ... - Page 272

Edward Schwinn, William Wesley Stevenson - 1901 - 374 pages - Full view
A person born in the United States is a natural-born citizen, while a person born in a foreign country of foreign parentage, having declared allegiance to this government, is a naturalized citizen. A naturalized citizen can hold any ...books.google.com - More editions

The little giant cyclopedia and treasury of ready reference: ... - Page 274

K. L. Armstrong - 1889 - Full view
... of the various States under the command of the President. The President of the United States must be 35 years of age; a US Senator, 30 ; a Congressman, 25. ... President with one born on American soil. Curious By-Products from Coal. ...books.google.com - More editions

Manual of the Constitution of the United States: designed for the ... - Page 319

Israel Ward Andrews - 1874 - 370 pages - Full view
The executive power is vested in a single officer, styled the President of the United States. We have seen that he must be thirty-five years of age, a native-born citizen, and a resident for fourteen years in the United States. ...books.google.com - More editions

A history of the United States - Page 142

Allen Clapp Thomas - 1893 - 418 pages - Full view
The Vice-President is the presiding officer of the Senate, but has no vote except in the case of a tie. Both the President and the Vice-President must be native-born citizens of the United States and be at least thirty-five years old. ...books.google.com - More editions

The question book: a general review of common school studies : to ... - Page 214

Asa Hollister Craig - 1878 - 282 pages - Full view
Any citizen born in the United States, thirty-five years of age, and fourteen years a resident. 62. By electors chosen by the people. The electors shall meet in their respective states and vote by distinct ballots for President and ...books.google.com - More editions

A history of the United States - Page 142

Allen Clapp Thomas - 1893 - 418 pages - Full view
The Vice-President is the presiding officer of the Senate, but has no vote except in the case of a tie. Both the President and the Vice-President must be native-born citizens of the United States and be at least thirty-five years old. ...books.google.com - More editions

American primary teacher: Volume 26 - Page 314

1902 - Full view
What the law says as to the presidency is simplicity itself; merely that a President shall be a native-born citizen at least thirty- five years old. with a residence of not less than fourteen years within the United States, ...books.google.com - More editions

History and civil government of Minnesota - Page 255

Sanford Niles, Burke Aaron Hinsdale - 1897 - 307 pages - Full view
The President must be a native-born citizen of the United States. He must have attained the age of thirty-five years, and have been a resident of the country fourteen years at the time of his election. The Vice-President must have the ...books.google.com - More editions
The American federal state: a text-book in civics for high schools ... - Page 108

Footprints of four centuries: the Story of the American people, ... - Page 618

Hamilton Wright Mabie - 1894 - 851 pages - Full view
... our federal system can be preserved, and in that lies our safety and success. The qualifications for President are that he shall be a native-born American, who has resided in the country for fourteen years, and who is thirty-five ...books.google.com - More editions

Elements of modern geography. 51 st thous., revised - Page 246

Alexander Mackay - 1885 - Full view
The President is elected for a term of four years. He must be a native-born citizen of not less than thirty-five years of age. He is commander- in-chief of the army and navy, and, with the concurrence of the senate, declares war, ...books.google.com

Roscoe Lewis Ashley - 1902 - 599 pages - Full view
No one, however, was eligible to the office of President or Vice-president unless he was a native born citizen or a naturalized citizen in 1 788, at least thirty-five years of age, and fourteen years a resident of the United States. ...books.google.com - More editions

History and civil government of Missouri - Page 253

James Underwood Barnard, Burke Aaron Hinsdale - 1896 - 302 pages - Full view
The President must be a native-born citizen of the United States. He must have attained the age of thirty-five years, and have been a resident of the country fourteen years at the time of his election. The Vice-President must have the ...books.google.com - More editions

Mines and mining: a commentary on the law of mines and mining ...: Volume 1 - Page 208

Wilson Isaac Snyder - 1902 - 1462 pages - Full view
All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States, and of the state wherein they reside.2 A natural-born citizen is one who is born in the United States.4 ...books.google.com - More editions

Reports of cases in law and equity, argued and determined in the ...: Volume 39 - Page 257
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Georgia. Supreme Court - 1870 - Full view
Though it is very strange how the common law of England could make a naturalized citizen eligible to the office of President of the United States if the exception requiring him to be a native born citizen had not been introduced into ...books.google.com - More editions

The history of the United States of America: (From the discovery ...: Volume 3 - Page 521

Richard Hildreth - 1863 - Full view
In case the election devolved on Congress, two thirds of the states must be present to constitute a quorum. The President was required to be thirty-five years of age, and native born, or a citizen at the adoption of the Constitution. ...books.google.com - More editions
Outlines of international law: with an account of its origin and ... - Page 102

George Breckenridge Davis - 1886 - 469 pages - Full view
In the United States, whose policy of naturalization is extremely liberal, the offices of President and Vice-President can only be held by native-born citizens. (More editions

The Pacific reporter: Volume 19 - Page 142

California. Supreme Court, Colorado. Supreme Court, Kansas. Supreme Court - 1889 - Full view
The vice-president shall be the president of the senate. No person shall bo eligible to the office of president except a native-born citizen, who shall hold his office during the term of four years, and shall be elected as therein ...books.google.com - More editions

The American Annual Cyclopedia and Register of Important Events of ... - Page 262

1869 - Full view
In relation to all thes^ points the Constitution is silent ; but the Constitution provides that certain persons shall not be voted for as President of the United States. No one who is not a native-born citizen of the United States, ...books.google.com - More editions

The Pacific reporter: Volume 19 - Page 142

West Publishing Company - 1889 - Full view
The vice-president shall be the president of the senate. No person shall be eligible to the office of president except a native-born citizen, who shall hold his office during the term of four years, and shall be elected as therein ...books.google.com - More editions

Analysis of civil government: including a topical and tabular ... - Page 140

Calvin Townsend - 1869 - 342 pages - Full view
The Vice-President must be native born, or a citizen of the United States at the adoption of the Constitution : the President pro tempore of the Senate need not be either. Any member of the Senate is eligible to the presidency pro ...books.google.com - More editions

THE PRESIDENTIAL COUNTS: A COMPLETE OFFICAL RECORD - Page 192

1877 - Full view
In relation to all these points the Constitution is silent; the Constitution provides that certain persons shall not be voted for as President of the United States. No one who is not a native-born citizen of the United States, ...books.google.com

Columbia law review: Volume 4 - Page 148

Columbia University. School of Law - 1904 - Full view
Citizens he informs us are of two kinds, natural born or naturalized. To the first class belong all children born in and subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, (thus including children of parents in the diplomatic service and ...books.google.com - More editions

Illinois Circuit court reports: reports of cases decided in the ...: Volume 1 - Page 617

Illinois. Courts, Francis E. Matthews, Hal Crumpton Bangs - 1907 - Full view
Under this provision every person born within the dominion and allegiance of the United States, whatever the nationality of his parents, is a natural- born citizen of the United States. Idem. 4. ...books.google.com - More editions

Commentaries on the law of persons and personal property: Being an ... - Page 125

Theodore William Dwight, Edward F. Dwight - 1894 - 748 pages - Full view
Citizens are either natural-born or naturalized. One who is born in the United States or under its jurisdiction is a natural-born citizen without reference to the nationality of his parents. Their presence here constitutes a temporary ...books.google.com - More editions

The voice of the people: or, The history of political issues in ... - Page 115

W. H. F. Henry - 1888 - 836 pages - Full view
The Vice President, who is ex-officio President of the Senate, has the easting vote in all measures in case of a tie. To be eligible to the presidency a candidate must be a native born citizen and thirty-five years of age, and must have ...books.google.com - More editions

Civics: studies in American citizenship - Page 158

Waldo Henry Sherman - 1905 - 328 pages - Full view
Necessary Qualifications of the President : Salary, etc. — To be eligible to the office of President or Vice-President, a man must be a native-born American citizen, at least thirty-five years of age, and have been a resident within the ...books.google.com - More editions

Governments of the world to-day: An outline for the use of ... - Page 400

Joseph Hamblen Sears - 1895 - 406 pages - Full view
If no vice-president is elected the Senate chooses him. The president and vice-president must be at least thirty-five years of age, must be native-born, and must have been residents of the United States for fourteen years. ...books.google.com - More editions

The graded school speller: Book 6 - Page 12

Frank Ellsworth Spaulding, William Dana Miller - 1908 - Full view
Only native-born citizens are eligible. The President is chosen by electors. A cabinet assists the President. The Capitol is at Washington. II am bas'sa dor The President nominates ambassadors. con'sul He also nominates the consuls. le ...books.google.com - More editions

The School journal: Volume 66 - Page 646

1903 - Full view
The president was asked to assist the native born Chinese children in that city to obtain education in the public schools of the city. ... She taught for forty-five consecutive years, thirty-five of which were in grammar school No. ...books.google.com - More editions

Annual report of the corporation of the Chamber of Commerce of the ... - Page 40

New York Chamber of Commerce - 1893 - Full view
It can only be occupied by a man who is not only a native-born citizen, but who has actually lived in the United States for fourteen years and who has attained the age of thirty-five years ; and it can only be filled by a man who, ...books.google.com - More editions

Civil government - Page 243

Paul Samuel Reinsch - 1909 - 258 pages - Full view
The President must be a native-born citizen of the United States over thirty-five years of age. The Vice-President is elected in a similar manner. 3. The Judiciary Department. — The Constitution provides for one Supreme Court. ...books.google.com - More editions

The Arena: Volume 37 - Page 14

1907 - Full view
There seems therefore now to be no room for misunderstanding as to the meaning of the elementary propositions, that a natural born citizen is one who is born in the United States, and that the child, bom abroad, of an American ...books.google.com - More editions

Proceedings of the American Society of International Law at its ...: Volumes 3-4 - Page 66

American Society of International Law - 1909 - Full view
The rule of the common law is that citizenship turns upon the place of birth, and that one born within the jurisdiction, even though of alien parents, is a citizen by birth, or, as the Constitution expresses it, a natural-born citizen; ...books.google.com - More editions
Americans by choice - Page 49

John Palmer Gavit - 1922 - 448 pages - Full view
The Constitution of the United States must be interpreted in the light of the Common Law, under which every child born in England, even though of alien parents, was a natural-born citizen. 2. The qualifying words in the Fourteenth ...books.google.com - More editions

Oregon Teachers' Monthly: Volume 20 - Page 4

1915 - Full view
Answer — (a) The President must be a native born citizen of the United States, at least thirty-five years of age and for fourteen years a resident within the United States, (b) To be eligible for election to the House of Representatives ...books.google.com - More editions

General social science

Ross Lee Finney - 1926 - 459 pages - Snippet view
President must have been born in the United States and must be at least thirty-five years of age. His oath is in these words : "I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the duties of President of the United States, ...books.google.com - More editions

Helps for the study of our Constitution

Grace Alice Turkington - 1925 - 153 pages - Snippet view
WHAT THE CONSTITUTION HAS TO SAY ABOUT THE PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT ... then the person elected to be Vice President becomes President Only a person born in the United States" can become President Thirty-five years or over Must have ...books.google.com - More editions

The American passport: its history and a digest of laws, rulings ... - Page 99

United States. Dept. of State, Gaillard Hunt - 1898 - 233 pages - Full view
I return herewith the "certificate of Californian citizenship. " CITIZENSHIP BY NATIVITY. All persons born in the United States, except such as are born in foreign embassies or legations and Indians untaxed, are natural-born citizens of ...books.google.com - More editions

Boys' and Girls' Bookshelf: Historic tales and golden deeds (part 1-2) - Page 63

Hamilton Wright Mabie, University Society, New York - 1912 - Full view
What the law says as to the Presidency is simplicity itself: merely that a President shall be a native-born citizen at least thirty-five years old, with a residence of not less than fourteen years within the United States, ...books.google.com - More editions

Constitutional law of the federal system

Charles Herman Pritchett, United States - 1984 - 382 pages - Snippet view
Every person born in the United States and subject to its jurisdiction is a citizen and, of course, a natural-born citizen. Persons born abroad and acquiring citizenship by the process of naturalization are thus excluded from ...books.google.com

American constitutional rights: cases, documents, and commentary

William A. Carroll, Norman B. Smith - 1991 - 785 pages - Snippet view
Natural-born citizens can acquire that status by being born in the United States, on the basis of jus soli, or by being born of a parent or parents who are citizens of the United States, on the basis of jus sanguinis. ...

The national government of the United States

William Anderson - 1946 - 593 pages - Snippet view
The Constitution speaks in one place of "natural born" citizens of the United States, and elsewhere it mentions "naturalization." The first clearly refers to the acquisition of citizenship by birth, and the second to the conferment of ...books.google.com - More editions

The United States Constitution in perspective

Claude L. Heathcock - 1968 - 322 pages - Snippet view
... native-born citizens and naturalized citizens is eligibility to the Presidency and Vice Presidency. Only native-born citizens are eligible to hold these offices. NATURALIZATION PROCESS DECLARATION OF INTENTION (optional) Filed with ...books.google.com - More editions

Our America: the elements of civics - Page 331

John Augustus Lapp, Charles Kettleborough - 1916 - 399 pages - Full view
OUTLINE OF THE POWERS AND DUTIES OF FEDERAL OFFICIALS The President. — By far the most important officer of the federal government is the president. The president must be at least thirty-five years of age and a native-born citizen of ...books.google.com - More editions

Doniphan County, Kansas, history and directory for 1868-9: ... - Page 322

R. F. Smith - 1868 - 349 pages - Full view
No person can be President or Vice-President who is not a native- born citizen of the United States, and of the age of thirty-five years, and must have been a resident of the United States for fourteen years. The President is Commander ...books.google.com

Preparing for citizenship: an elementary textbook in civics - Page 183

William Backus Guitteau - 1913 - 238 pages - Full view
be a native-born citizen of the United States, at least thirty-five years of age, and a resident of the ... If the President dies, his place is taken by the Vice-President, who is chosen at the same time, ...books.google.com - More editions

Bulletin: Volumes 1-2 - Page 38

Massachusetts. Board of education. Dept. of university extension - 1916 - Full view
Must be thirty-five years old, a native-born citizen of the United States. Must have lived at least fourteen years in the United States. Lives in White House in Washington, DC Vice-President. — Elected as is the President. ...books.google.com


The young American citizen: civics for grammar grades - Page 243

Jesse Hinton Binford, Ellis Urban Graff - 1922 - 336 pages - Full view
The President must be a native-born citizen, and must have resided in the United States fourteen years, and be at least thirty-five years old. His salary is $75000 a year. President's Appointing Power. — The President is the chief ...books.google.com

Elements of civil government: prepared for the public schools of ... - Page 59

George I. Wright - 1893 - 162 pages - Full view
The President must be a native- born citizen of the United States, and must have attained the age of thirty-five years, besides having the ordinary qualifications of an elector. A President is elected every four years by a body of ...books.google.com - More editions


Twenty years of Congress: from Lincoln to Garfield: With a review ... - Page 415

James Gillespie Blaine - 1884 - Full view
He must be a native-born citizen of the United States and thirty-five years of age. Nothing more ! These are the only qualifications for the office of President. By the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution, we have declared that all ...books.google.com - More editions


Ideals of the republic - Page 81

James Schouler - 1908 - 304 pages - Full view
And, moreover, one cannot be President of the United States, nor even a governor as some States set the rule, unless native born, and resident besides for a specified time. Rotation in office is procured by fundamental provisions which ...books.google.com - More editions

St. Nicholas: Volume 30, Part 1 - Page 392

Mary Mapes Dodge - 1903 - Full view
What the law says as to the Presidency is simplicity itself: merely that a President shall be a native-born citizen at least thirty-five years old, with a residence of not less than fourteen years within the United States, ...books.google.com - More editions

A history of the United States for grammar schools

Reuben Gold Thwaites, Calvin Noyes Kendall, Frederic Logan Paxson - 1924 - 563 pages - Snippet view
The Vice-President is elected at the same time and in the same way. Who may be elected President of the United States? Any person who was born in the United States, who is thirty-five years of age, and who has been a resident of the ...books.google.com - More editions

Comment on devient citoyen: - Page 36

Nathaniel Clark Fowler - 1913 - 288 pages - Full view
May a woman, born in the United States become President of the United States? Answer. — Under the law, yes. But it has never occurred. Question. — What is a jury? ... Who is the Chief Executive of a State? Answer. — The Governor. ...books.google.com - More editions

Immigration and the law: a dictionary

Bill Ong Hing - 1999 - 400 pages - Snippet view
II Natural Born Citizen a person who acquires citizenship by virtue of being born in the United States or a US territory such as Puerto Rico or Guam. But citizenship can also be obtained by a child born abroad to a US ...books.google.com

Stoddart's Encyclopaedia americana: a dictionary of arts, ...: Volume 2 - Page 748

Encyclopaedia britannica. American supplement - 1884 - Full view
the President, the Vice- President, and members of the House of Representatives ; and have no application to the ... also that no one shall be eligible to these offices unless he be 35 years old and be born in the United States. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

The President and the Executive Branch - Page 18

Bryon Giddens-White - 2005 - 32 pages - Preview
Not everyone can be president of the United States. According to the Constitution, presidential candidates must be at least 35 years old and born in the United States. The writers of the Constitution included the natural-bom citizen ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Civics for citizens

Stanley Ellwood Dimond, Elmer F. Pflieger - 1965 - 636 pages - Snippet view
A natural-born citizen is one born in the United States or in one of its possessions. ... Most Presidents when taking office have been much older than 35 years of age. The youngest was President Theodore Roosevelt, who was 42 years old. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

The First Woman President of the Unites States of America: When ... - Page 19

Carole Marsh - 1999 - Preview
And that's how we ended up with a president, a legislature, and a judicial branch of government. ... to be elected president of the United States: •Must have been born in the United States •Must be at least 35 years old As you can see, ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

George W. Bush: America's Newest President and His White House Family - Page 23

Carole Marsh - 2001 - 48 pages - Preview
"Natural born" citizens are people born in the United States, or those born of US citizens who are temporarily living in another country, such as soldiers or diplomats. The 20th Amendment to the Constitution states the vice-president is ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

The Complete Idiot's Guide to U.S. Government and Politics - Page 163

Franco Scardino - 2009 - 400 pages - Preview
Qualifications The president must be a natural-born citizen, meaning he or she must be born in the United States or have parents who are American citizens. The president must also be at least 35 years old. ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Winston's cumulative encyclopedia: a comprehensive reference book: Volume 10

Charles Morris - 1915 - Full view
Only persons born in the United States and who have reached the age of 35 years are eligible to the presidency. The President is commander-in- chief of the army and navy and of the militia in the service of the Union. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Encyclopædia britannica - Page 216

1889 - Full view
the President, the Vice- President, afid members of the House of Representatives ; and have no application to the election of the ... no one shall be eligible to these offices unless he be 35 years old and be born in the United States. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Winston's cumulative loose-leaf encyclopedia: a comprehensive ...: Volume 10
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Charles Morris - 1921 - Full view
Only persons born in the United States and who have reached the age of 35 years are eligible to the presidency. The President is commander-in- chief of the army and navy and of the militia in the service of the Union. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Constitution: Shmoop Civics Guide - Page 26

Shmoop - Preview
Formal job requirements for the presidency: he has to have been born in the United States, he has to be at least 35 years old, and he has to been living inside the US for at least 14 years. (That's it?) Clause 6. ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Outline lessons in civil government: designed for common schools, ... - Page 38

W. L. Thatcher - 1879 - 211 pages - Full view
(3) More than one President has been elected, who had not a popular majority, yet his election was constitutional. ... Born in the United States. Our state constitution does not thus limit the office of its executive. (6. ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Journal of education: Volume 76 - Page 458

1912 - Full view
Whoever is selected for either president or vice- president must satisfy the same requirements, ... The qualifications are: (1) That both candidates must be native born, (2) residents for .fourteen years, (3) thirty- five years old. ...books.google.com - More editions

Manual of useful information: embracing more than 100,000 facts, ... - Page 40

J. C. Thomas - 1893 - 480 pages - Full view
A naturalized citizen cannot become President or Vice-President of the United States. A male child born abroad of American parents has an equal chance to become President with one born on American soil. A DOZEN AMERICAN WONDERS. ...books.google.com - More editions

The United States: its history, government and institutions - Page 218

Daniel Howard, Samuel J. Brown - 1922 - 344 pages - Full view
Who May Be President. — The President must be a native- born citizen of the United States, that is, he must have been born in this country. He must be at least thirty-five years of age and must have lived in the United States for ...books.google.com - More editions


The United States of America: a pictorial history of the American ...: Volume 5 - Page 300

William Torrey Harris, Edward Everett Hale, Nelson Appleton Miles - 1906 - Full view
No person is eligible to the office of either President or Vice-President unless he is a native-born citizen of the United States, thirty-five years old, and for fourteen years a resident of the country. The Vice-President succeeds the ...books.google.com - More editions


A general outline of civil government in the United States: the ... - Page 19

Clinton David Higby - 1894 - 133 pages - Full view
At their respective conventions the different parties nominate one person for President and one for Vice-President, who must be native-born citizens thirty-five years of age, and not both from the same State. ...books.google.com - More editions

Government by the people: the laws and customs regulating the ... - Page 120

Robert Higginson Fuller - 1908 - 261 pages - Full view
Only native-born American citizens, thirty-five years old, who have lived fourteen years in the United States are eligible to the Presidency or the Vice-Presidency, and the President and Vice-President cannot both be chosen from the ...books.google.com - More editions

Mixer and server: Volume 17 - Page 47

1908 - Full view
Q. How old must the President be? A. Thirty-five years of age and must be a native born citizen. Q. What are the duties of the Vice-President? A. He is the president of the Senate. Q. Has the President anything to do with making the ...books.google.com - More editions

Fergus' historical series: Volumes 19-25 - Page 18

1882 - Full view
that none but native-born citizens can be president; I am an Englishman by birth and I am ineligible !" However intense his ambition, he was a natural orator. After serving in Congress, as the successor of Abraham Lincoln, he removed to ...books.google.com - More editions

How to become a citizen of the United States of America: Wie werde ... - Page 50

Charles Kallmeyer - 1913 - 127 pages - Full view
No person except a native-born citizen, or a citizen of the United States at the time of the adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the office of President ; neither shall any person be eligible to that office who shall not ...books.google.com - More editions

The government: what it is, what it does - Page 189

Salter Storrs Clark - 1902 - 304 pages - Full view
In a few offices a greater age is required ; eg a congressman must be twenty-five, the president thirty-five. ... A naturalized citizen may ; but a notable exception is that only a native-born citizen can be president. Residence. ...books.google.com - More editions

Proceedings of the ... annual session of the Texas bar association .. - Page 198

Texas Bar Association - 1906 - Full view
The executive powers of government are lodged in a President. He is elected for four years. He must be a native born citizen of the age of at least thirty-five years, and is elected by an electoral college representing the qualified ...books.google.com - More editions

Illinois law review: Volume 3 - Page 503

Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.) - 1908 - Full view
... this allegiance was not in reality transferred to the thirteen sovereign commonwealths. As anyone born in the dominion of the king was ipso facto the king's subject, so anyone born on American soil now became a natural born American ...books.google.com - More editions


God's Country, America's Heartcry - Page 175

Kay Dee Lilley - 2010 - 244 pages - Preview
In the US Constitution there are 3 requirements for being President in the USA First the person must be born in the United States. The 2nd is he or she must be 35 years old. And 3rd. the President must have lived in the USA for at least ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

CliffsTestPrep U.S. Citizenship Test - Page 303

Edward Swick - 2005 - 320 pages - Preview
34. A representative is elected for two years. 35. The President heads the Executive Branch. 36. ... A person must be born in the United States to become President. 52. Alaska is the largest state in the Union. 53. ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Boys' Life - Feb 1975 - Page 36

Vol. 65, No. 2 - 74 pages - Magazine - Full view
I point out that, while I have the legal qualifications to be President (I was born in the United States and am over 35), I could not possibly attain that office. The Constitution is for me, but tradition is against me. ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Seasonal Activities: Winter - Page 89

Brenda Strickland, Mary Franklin Green - 2008 - 160 pages - Preview
Page One: Write the numeral 35 on top of the birthday cake. Explain that a US president must be at least 35 years old. ... Explain that US presidents must be born in the United States. 4. Put the completed minibook pages in order. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My
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How to organize just about everything: more than 500 step-by-step ...

Peter Walsh - 2004 - 576 pages - Preview
485 Become President of the United States American kids grow up hearing that anyone can become president, ... Steps 1 Be at least 35 years old and a citizen born in the United States, Guam, Puerto Rico or the US Virgin Islands (or to ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Skills for Scholars: How Our Government Works, Grade 5 - Page 48

Frank Schaffer Publications - 2008 - 80 pages - Preview
There are very few limitations on who can become president. The president must be at least 35 years old. He or she must also have been born in the United States and have lived in the United States country at least 14 years. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

The U.S. Presidency - Page 10

Muriel L. Dubois - 2003 - 24 pages - Preview
Who Can Be President? Candidates for president must meet certain requirements. They must be at least 35 years old when they take office. They must be born in the United States or born to US citizens. Presidents must have lived in the ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Vice President - Page 12

Jacqueline Laks Gorman - 2009 - 24 pages - Preview
CHAPTER 3 How Does a Person Become Vice President? To become vice president a person must be at least 35 years old. He or she must be a citizen born in the United States. He or she must have lived in the United States for at least 14 ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Everything You Always Wanted to Know about America's Presidents* ... - Page 92

2007 - 499 pages - Preview
The candidate must also be at least 35 years old and must have lived in the United States for at least 14 years. ... The Constitution allows Congress to remove a president from office. The president first must be impeached (charged with ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼


Painless American Government - Page 124

Jeffrey Strausser - 2003 - 296 pages - Preview
At a minimum, anyone wanting to be the president must: • have been born in the United States (The Constitution uses the term natural-born ... be at least 35 years old. • have lived in the United States for at least 14 years (but not ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

President - Page 14

Jacqueline Laks Gorman - 2009 - 24 pages - Preview
CHAPTER 3 How Does a Person Become President? To become president a person must be at least 35 years old. He or she must be a citizen born in the United States. He or she must have lived in the United States for at least years. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Academic Encounters: American Studies: Intermediate - Page 21

Jessica Williams - 2007 - 264 pages - Preview
The Constitution specifies that the President must be at least 35 years old and must be born in the United States. It also states that the President serves a four-year term and then can run for reelection. At the time the Constitution ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Electing the president

Tom Belina, Echaore-Yoon, Friedland - 1988 - 65 pages - Snippet view
Who can run for President? Anyone who answers yes to these three questions: • Were you born in the United States? • Are you at least 35 years old? • Have you lived in the United States for at least 14 years? ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Our Political Systems - Page 211

Adrian Krieg - 2004 - 268 pages - Preview
... the Age of thirty five Years, and been fourteen Years a Resident within the United States. To be President you must: 1) have been a resident for at least 14 years, 2) be over 35 years old, 3) have been born in the United States. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Election Day

Marc Tyler Nobleman - 2005 - 24 pages - Preview
Voters must live in the state in which they vote. To run for president, a person must have been born in the United States. Candidates for president also have to be at least 35 years old. IA woman fills out a form so she can vote. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Political Elections - Page 16

Davis Worth Miller, Katherine McLean Brevard - 2008 - 32 pages - Preview
The President of the United States must be at least 35 years old . . . Presidents must have lived in the United States for at ... Presidents must have been born in the United States. Other national offices have requirements as well. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Elections!Elections!Elections! - Page 17

Carole Marsh - 2007 - 24 pages - Preview
"Natural born" citizens are people born in the United States, or the children of US citizens (such as soldiers or diplomats) who are temporarily living ... Determine what year your students could become president of the United States! ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

The Best American History Book in the World: All the Information ... - Page 63

Eric Burnett - 2003 - 384 pages - Preview
So that's how the president is elected. Here's what it takes to be elected. You have to be 35 years old, born in the United States, and a resident of the United States for 14 years. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Congressional Record - Page 15369

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... staging a presidential debate to invite all candidates that meet the following criteria: the candidate must meet all Constitutional requirements for being President (eg, at least 35 years of age, born in the United States), ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

How Our Government Works: Grade 5 - Page 48

School Specialty Publishing - 2008 - 80 pages - Preview
There are very few limitations on who can become president. The president must be at least 35 years old. He or she must also have been born in the United States and have lived in the United States ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Federal citizenship textbook: A course of instruction for use in ...: Volume 3 - Page 70

United States. Bureau of Naturalization, Raymond Fowler Crist, Edgar M. Ross - 1921 - Full view
Any citizen of the United States may be elected President: If he was born in the United States; if he is thirty-five (35) years old or over; and if he has been living in this country for fourteen (14) years. Paragraph 5. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Melchizedek: or, The exaltation of the Son of Man - Page 105

George Washington Reaser - 1913 - 185 pages - Full view
No man can be President of the United States unless he is a native born citizen. A naturalized citizen cannot be the chief executive of the American people. The great nations of Europe who successfully rule the tribes of Africa do it ...books.google.com - More editions

A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, ... - Page 550

United States. President, James Daniel Richardson - 1899 - Full view
In order to be eligible, the President must be 35 years of age, a native-born citizen of the United States, and a resident within the United States for 14 years. He is elected for a term of 4 years by electors chosen by the different ...books.google.com - More editions

Handbook of the United States political history for readers and ... - Page 282

1906 - 452 pages - Full view
The chief executive of the United States must be a native-born citizen and at least thirty-five years of age, which is five more than required for a Senator and ten more than for a Representative. See " Age," page 195. ...books.google.com - More editions

American Bar Association journal: Volume 5 - Page 200

American Bar Association - 1919 - Full view
... authorities: " I can entertain no doubt but that, by the law of the United States, every person born within the dominions and allegiance of the United States, whatever were the situation of his parents, is a natural-born citizen. ...books.google.com - More editions

Two Heartbeats Away - Page 45

Nathan S. Mitchell - 2004 - 304 pages - Preview
He's the senator who presides over the Senate when the Vice President is absent. The law also requires that in order for the person to become President, he must've been born in the United States and be at least 35 years old. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

What's a President and Vice President? - Page 19

Nancy Harris - 2007 - 32 pages - Preview
There are rules that say who can run for vice president. The rules are: • You must be born in the United States. • You must be at least 35 years old. • You must have lived in the United States for at least 1 4 years. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Adventures in Time and Place

James A. Banks, Barry K. Beyer, Gloria Contreras - 2000 - Snippet view
To be President, a person must be a citizen born in the United States, at least 35 years old, and have lived in the United States for at least 14 years. 6. If the President leaves office for any reason or can no longer serve as ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

National Government - Page 11

Ernestine Giesecke - 2009 - 32 pages - Preview
To be president of the United States a person must have been born in the United States, have lived in the country for at least 14 years, and be at least 35 years old. Below, FDA workers test foods that could be contaminated with ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

The Constitution and the Bill of Rights - Page 19

Roben Alarcon - 2004 - 25 pages - Preview
There are many people in the cabinet to let the president know what is happening in the country . The Constitution has special rules about who can become president . The candidate must be 35 years or older and born in the United States ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Understanding the U.S. Constitution

Sally Senzell Isaacs - 2008 - 32 pages - Preview
For example, Americans elect a president every four years. A president must be someone who was born in the United States and is at least 35 years old. After the four-year term, a president can be re-elected to serve only one more time. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Daily Skill-Builders: Social Studies 4-5

Kate O'Halloran - Preview
If you do not meet them, you cannot even run for president. Read the statements below. ... 3. You must have been born in the United States. 4. You must be at least 35 years old. 5. You must be no more than 60 years old. 6. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Election Day - Page 18

Mir Tamim Ansary - 2006 - 32 pages - Preview
Who Can Be President? Only certain people may be president. They must be over 35 years old and born in the United States. No one can be president more than twice. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼


Elect Me!

Fran Manushkin - 2008 - 32 pages - Preview
“The class president should be a good leader.” “I'ma terrific leader,” said Davey. “I'm always first in line for lunch. ... To be the US president, you must have been born in the United States. You must be at least 35 years old. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

Parliamentary debates - Page 244

New Zealand. Parliament. House of Representatives - 1884 - Full view
Ballanco B.-Bradshaw Buchanan Cadman Dargaville Gillies Grey Hatch Ayes, 35. ... except the single position of President, and that is open to every person whe has been born in the United States. The result of that has undoubtedly been ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

The U.S. Constitution - Page 16

Christine Peterson - 2008 - 32 pages - Preview
That's why they decided a president would lead the executive branch. But the Founding Fathers wrote rules in the ... born in the United States. They must be at least 35 years old and have lived in the country for the past 14 years. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

American government and politics today

Steffen W. Schmidt, Mack C. Shelley, Barbara A. Bardes - 1993 - 694 pages - Snippet view
The power exercised by each president who has held the office has been scrutinized and judged by historians, ... only citizens born in the United States and its territories? What about a child born to a US citizen (or to a couple who ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

Elements of civil government, local, state, and national: a brief ... - Page 163

William Augustus Mowry - 1898 - 226 pages - Full view
A citizen of the United States is a person born in the United States, or one who has been naturalized. ... the national Constitution provides that no one can be President of the United States unless he be a natural born citizen. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

Market liberalism: a paradigm for the 21st century - Page 54

David Boaz, Edward H. Crane - 1993 - 404 pages - Preview
The Constitution itself precludes us from electing as president anyone who is not born in the United States or who is under the age of 35. That said, the reality is that term limits will enhance the democratic process. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

Our Constitution and what it means

United States, William Kottmeyer - 1975 - 58 pages - Snippet view
In case of the removal of the President from office, or of his death, resignation, or inability to discharge the powers and duties of the said office, the The President must be born in the United States or born of citizens of the United ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

Contemporary's look at the U.S.

Carole Cross - 1989 - 118 pages - Snippet view
To be president of the United States, you must be at least 35 years old, a 14-year resident of the United States, and born in the United States. 32. The vice president would take the president's place. 33. The vice president of the ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

Social studies anthology: the world around us

James A. Banks, Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Publishing Company - 1993 - 200 pages - Snippet view
To be President, a person must be a citizen born in the United States, at least 35 years old, and have lived in the United States for at least 14 years. 6. If the President leaves office for any reason or can no longer serve as ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

A handbook for naturalization workers

Esther Sterna Beckwith, Helen M. Katz, National Council of Jewish Women - 1942 - 76 pages - Snippet view
Any native-born citizen, 35 years of age or over, may be elected President or Vice-President of the United States. 38. What are some of the duties of the President? The President recommends measures to Congress for the country's welfare ...books.google.com

Children's activities

Child Training Association, Children's activities for home and school - 1959 - Snippet view
Every boy born in the United States has the same chance to become president of our great country as had George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. That is one of the wonderful things about our democratic form of government. ...books.google.com - More editions

Encyclopedia Americana: Volume 9

1965 - Snippet view
The president and the vice president are elected for four years by direct, secret ballot and may not be reelected within 4 years after the expiration of their terms. Only native-born citizens at least 35 years of age are eligible for ...books.google.com - More editions

Rise of the American Nation: Volume 2

Lewis Paul Todd, Merle Eugene Curti - 1966 - 880 pages - Snippet view
*I Qualifications for President: ( 1 ) A native-born citizen resident of the United States for at least 14 years, of the United States. (2) At least 35 years of age. (3) A f term of office: 4 years. 6. Filling vacancies. ...books.google.com - More editions

Understanding American Government and politics

Samuel Steinberg - 1967 - 372 pages - Snippet view
... but quite possibly the most important and influential official in the world. Constitutional qualifications. Under the Constitution, the President must be a native-born citizen, at least 35 years of age at the time he takes office, ...books.google.com - More editions

Choosing the president of the USA.
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Kathryn Haeseler Stone - 1954 - 43 pages - Snippet view
Any person aspiring to the Presidency must meet the Constitutional qualifications that he be a native-born citizen at least 35 years of age and a resident of the country for at least fourteen years. An Elector cannot vote for both a ...books.google.com

Problems in American democracy

Samuel Howard Patterson - 1961 - 658 pages - Snippet view
The Constitution specifies that the President must be a native born American, at least 35 years of age. His term of office is four years, after which he may be re-elected. George Washington, our first President, refused a third term, ...books.google.com - More editions

Principles and problems of American national government

John M. Swarthout, Ernest R. Bartley - 1951 - 700 pages - Snippet view
Since the Vice-President may assume the post of chief executive, he must meet the same constitutional qualifications as the President. The Vice-President, too, must be a native-born citizen who is at least 35 years of age and ...books.google.com - More editions

The World and its peoples: U.S.A.

1966 - 642 pages - Snippet view
Any native-born citizen at least 35 years of age and a resident of the country for 14 years has the right to run for the presidency. When he declined to serve more than two four-year terms in office, George Washington set a precedent ...books.google.com - More editions
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America: its history and people, a unit organization

Harold Underwood Faulkner, Tyler Kepner - 1950 - 953 pages - Snippet view
To be eligible for the Presidency or Vice Presidency, either by election or succession, one must be a native-born citizen, at least 35 years of age, and a resident of the United States for 14 years [59, note; 97, note]. ...books.google.com - More editions

Merit students encyclopedia: Volume 19

Merit, William Darrach Halsey - 1980 - Snippet view
A candidate must be a native-born citizen at least 35 years of age. With a few notable exceptions the Vice-Presidency has been occupied by relatively obscure politicians, particularly since the adoption of the 12th Amendment to the ...books.google.com - More editions

The Presidential campaign: an essay - Page 117

Stephen Hess - 1988 - 134 pages - Preview
... parties' process — choosing the nominees to be president of the United States — which narrows the voters' choice from any native-born American of thirty-five years or older to two finalists, changes in the system since Lord Bryce's ...books.google.com - More editions


American Government: democracy at work

Robert White - 1961 - 707 pages - Snippet view
The legal qualifications for the President as set by the Constitution (Article II, Section 5) are only three in number: the President must be ( 1 ) a native-born citizen, (2) 35 years of age, and (3) a resident of the United States for ...books.google.com - More editions

The PTA magazine: Volume 48

National Congress of Parents and Teachers - 1953 - Snippet view
The President must be thirty-five years of age. born in the United States, and fourteen years a resident within the United ... 35. There are ten cabinet officers. They are appointed by the President with the consent of the Senate. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

America votes: how our president is elected

Linda Granfield, Steve Björkman - 2004 - 64 pages - Snippet view
A president must 1. be a citizen who was born in the United States 2. have lived in the United States for fourteen years 3. be at least 35 years old Think about these three conditions and why they are important. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Early United States: Volume 2

1999 - 617 pages - Snippet view
To run for President, a person The scales of justice stand for fair treatment. must be at least 35 years old and must have been born in the United States. The President's chief responsibility would ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

By the People, for the People: U.S. Government & Citizenship

Deborah J. Short - 1995 - 157 pages - Snippet view
READING: Qualifications of the President and Vice President Do you want to be President? You must be born in the United States. You must live in the US for 14 years or more. You must also be 35 years old or more. You can be President ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼
Junior Worldmark Encyclopedia of the Nations: Volume 9

Timothy L. Gall, Susan B. Gall - 1999 - 9 pages - Snippet view
A bill that is passed by both houses of Congress in the same form is then given to the president, who may sign it or veto (reject) it. The president must be a citizen born in the United States, at least 35 years old, and must have been ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

The Presidency

Christine Brendel Scriabine - 1988 - 95 pages - Snippet view
This person must be a natural-born citizen of the United States who has reached age 35 and has resided in this country for at least 14 years. (Because many of the Constitution's framers were not born in the United States, they included ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Federal Textbook on Citizenship Training: Our nation. Lessons on ...

United States. Bureau of Naturalization - Snippet view
In order that the President of the United States may be entirely in sympathy with our country and may have no ties with any foreign country which would influence him in his work, he must have been born in the United States and must have ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Review of reviews: Volume 95

Albert Shaw - 1937 - Snippet view
Yet it does not prove that a less round-about way to elect the President is not seriously to be desired. Legally, each Elector was at liberty to vote for any citizen, man or woman, born in the United States and 35 years old, ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Our living government: National, State, local

John Henry Haefner - 1962 - 679 pages - Snippet view
The second view makes for a forceful and flexible President who is willing to let the courts decide if his action was proper. ... or one born in the United States. He must also have been a resident for fourteen years— interpreted as not ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

The election book: people pick a president

Tamara Hanneman - 2004 - Snippet view
There are very few rules about who can be president. Who Is Eligible for the Job? The Constitution, which is the set of rules defining our government, states only that the president must: • be at least 35 years old. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

The evolution of a democracy: this is our country, the United ...

Walter Erwin Boek, Hatten Schuyler Yoder - 1991 - 430 pages - Snippet view
To become President, you have to have been born in the United States and be at least 35 years of age. When a parent or teacher tells a child that if you work hard, maybe you will become President, it emphasizes one of the basic beliefs ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Foundations in American history: from discovery to reconstruction: Volume 1

Howard J. Schwach - 1981 - Snippet view
The President must be born in the United States. He or she must be at least 35 years of age, and have been living in the US for at least fourteen years. 8. In case the President cannot serve for any reason, the Vice President takes his ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

The World Book of America's presidents

World Book, Inc - 2005 - 2 pages - Snippet view
Appendixes Facts About the President Election, Term, and Retirement Qualifications The US Constitution provides that a candidate for the ... Authorities assume the term applies to citizens born in the United States and its territories. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

Proceedings - Nebraska state bar association: Volume 15

Nebraska State Bar Association - 1924 - Snippet view
The Constitution provides that the President shall have been born in the United States, and be 35 years of age. But there is no such provision with respect to the Vice- President, nor to members of the Cabinet, who under an Act of ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

Is this the hour?

Rembert Gilman Smith - 1947 - 231 pages - Snippet view
It shall be the duty of the President to submit for confirmation, or rejection, to the House of Representatives, ... Persons born in the United States, not less than thirty-five years of age, shally be eligible to appointment to the ...books.google.com

The ultimate tyranny: the majority over the majority

Eugene J. McCarthy - 1980 - 229 pages - Snippet view
In the case of the President, in addition to an age requirement of thirty-five years, there is a requirement that he be born in the United States. Under the Court decision, the House of Representatives could discipline Congressman ...books.google.com - More editions

Andrew Jackson: Our Seventh President

Ann Gaines - 2001 - 48 pages - Snippet view
Presidential Facts Qualifications To run for president, a candidate must • be at least 35 years old • be a citizen who was born in the United States • have lived in the United States for 14 years Term of Office A president's term of ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

The Polling report: Volume 9

1993 - Snippet view
"As you may know, the Constitution says that all children born in the United States are automatically US citizens ... Beginning of The century Today Stronger Weaker No effect Not sure 57 25 13 5 27 44 23 6 Who Killed the President? ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

Cracking the LSAT 2002

Adam Robinson, Rob Tallia - 2001 - 400 pages - Snippet view
Sure, Al Gore might be president in the year 2005 — he's over 35 years old and he was born in the United States. That qualifies him for the presidency. Therefore, he might become president. However, saying that he will be president in ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

Civics: participating in our democracy

James Edwin Davis, Phyllis Maxey Fernlund - 1996 - 624 pages - Snippet view
Who runs for President? As you know, anyone over 35 years old and born in the United States may run for President. In fact, however, a candidate needs to be well known, to have experience in government, and to be able to raise enough ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

Government for Everybody

Steven L. Jantzen - 1995 - 588 pages - Snippet view
According to the Constitution, anyone can be president who is: • a citizen born in the United States • at least 35 years old • a US resident for at least 14 years. Millions of Americans today meet these formal requirements for being ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Everyday Mathematics: Student Reference Book

University of Chicago. School Mathematics Project - 2002 - 404 pages - Snippet view
Electing a President The president of the United States is elected every four years The president must be at least 35 years old. He or she must have been born in the United States When people vote for president, they are really voting ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

The U.S. Constitution

Michael Teitelbaum - 2004 - 32 pages - Snippet view
be held every four years and that a president and vice president will serve for that period of time. This article also states that to be president, a person must be born in the United States, be at least 35 years old, and have lived in ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼

Political studies

Christopher Anthony Leeds - 1981 - 389 pages - Snippet view
The constitution requires that the President must be born in the United States, must have had a minimum of fourteen years' residence in the United States and must be over 35 years old. He is only eligible to serve for two terms in ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

It's Our Government: Congress, the President, and the Courts

William Lefkowitz, Robert Uhlich - 1982 - 95 pages - Snippet view
The President will be elected by people from all the states for a four-year term. He or she must be at least 35 years old and must have been born in the United States. Before taking over as President, the person must promise to ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

The law of public communication

Kent R. Middleton, William E. Lee - 2006 - 614 pages - Snippet view
For example, any candidate for President of the United States must have been born in the United States and be at least 35 years old. For example, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, a naturalized citizen, is not eligible to be ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

Hearings

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education - 1962 - Snippet view
He was born in the United States, but there is a restriction that in order to be President he has got to be not less than 35 years, if my understanding is correct. To run a union, Congressman, where the welfare of the workers de- pends ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

American democracy and its ways

Moriji Yamaga - 1947 - 232 pages - Snippet view
The President must, by law, be at least 35 years of age, have been born in the United States and have been a resident for 14 years. Other requirements not stated in law exist. As a rule the President must also have had wide political ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼

American democracy: institutions, politics, and policies

William J. Keefe - 1990 - 769 pages - Snippet view
... only a person born in the United States can be elected the country's president The original Constitution left voting requirements up to the ... Identify Statement as Inaccurate Inaccurate statements 82 80 75 64 60 49 46 45 35 31 ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

Books kids will sit still for 3: a read-aloud guide

Judy Freeman - 2006 - 915 pages - Snippet view
I asked second graders: What are the qualifications for becoming president? One boy said, "You have to be 35. ... "You have to have been born in the United States of America," said another boy. One girl looked alarmed. "Oh, no. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

Executive Branch and Presidents: Shmoop Civics Guide - Page 17

Shmoop - Preview
... for presidency: 35 years old, native-born citizen, resident for past 14 years President's duties include: head of state, commander-in-chief of military, chief executive of federal bureaucracy So, you think you want to be president. ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

The Complete library of universal knowledge: showing the newest ... - Page 269

Ferdinand Ellsworth Cary - 1904 - 702 pages - Full view
The president must be 35 years old to be eligible; he serves four years and may be re-elected. ... citizen may become president or vice-president, but a male child born of American parents abroad is considered a native-born American, ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Let's celebrate Presidents' Day

Peter Roop, Connie Roop - 2001 - 32 pages - Preview
Who Gan Elected President? ; \ Any American can grow up to be president. To serve as president you must be a native-born citizen of the United States, J have lived here for the previous 1 4 years, // and be at least 35 years old. ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Proposed changes in naturalization laws: Hearings before the ... - Page 78
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1919 - Full view
Executive Department: Carry out the laws — President (Woodrow Wilson) term (four years) 1913-1917 — chosen by electors who are elected by the people — qualifications (native born, 35 years old, 14 years resident of United States) ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼


Education and Americanization: hearings before the Committee on ... - Page 78

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, Raymond Fowler Crist - 1919 - 222 pages - Full view
If the President vetoes the bill, ie, refuses to sign, it goes back to both Houses and must pass by a two-thirds vote ... years) 1913-1917 — chosen by electors who are elected by the people — qualifications (native born, 35 years old, ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Kaplan AP U.S. Government & Politics 2009 - Page 62

Ulrich Kleinschmidt, Bill Brown - 2009 - 384 pages - Preview
The president must be 35 years old, a US resident for 14 years, and a “natural” born (native born) citizen “together” with the vice president. Electors will be “equal to the whole Number of Senators and Representatives to which the ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

The Encyclopædia britannica: a dictionary of arts, sciences, and ...: Volume 23 - Page 748

William Harrison De Puy - 1893 - Full view
No one is eligible to the office of president unless be is a native born citizen. The candidate must be at least 35 years old. and must have been 14 years a resident of the United States. The president's term of office is four years. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Community civics - Page 172

Ray Osgood Hughes - 1917 - 505 pages - Full view
The President must be 35 years old, a native-born American citizen, and a resident of this country for 14 years. They are generally considerably older than 35. Roosevelt, who was not quite 43 when he became president, was the nearest to ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

The complete idiot's guide to American government - Page 52

Mary Shaffrey, Melanie Fonder - 2002 - 361 pages - Preview
Requirements for Office To be president, a candidate must meet three basic requirements. First, the candidate must be a native- born American citizen. Although there is no such requirement for serving in Congress, the framers of the ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

ncyclopedia of federal agencies and commissions - Page 5

Kathleen Hill, Preview
Since the person must be able to become president at any moment,the qualifications for vice president were the same as the chief executive: more than 35 years old native-born citizen of the United States. On the theory that the vice ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Presidential Elections: A Complete Resource with Historical ...

Julia Hargrove - 2003 - 48 pages - Snippet view
Each person must be at least 35 years old, a native-born citizen of the United States and a resident of the US for 14 years. Questions 1 . Why did the writers of the Constitution require that the Vice President meet the same ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

続・アメリカの中学教科書で英語を学ぶ: ジュニア・ハイのテキストから英語が見えてくる - Page 37

林功 - 2004 - 383 pages - Preview
The president, as head of the executive branch, is the most powerful elected leader in the country. To become president, one must be a native-born US citizen, at least 35 years old, and have been a US resident for at least 14 years. ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Super-Charged Retirement: Ditch the Rocking Chair, Trash the ... - Page 133

Mary Lloyd - 2009 - 256 pages - Preview
A candidate for president must be a native-born—not naturalized—citi- zen, be at least 35 years old and have lived in the US for at least 14 years. 47. Each state elects two senators. 48. The president nominates judges for the Supreme ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

Problems of American democracy - Page 462

Ray Osgood Hughes - 1922 - 646 pages - Full view
The President must be at least 35 years old, a native-born American, and a resident of the United States for 14 years. As a matter of fact a number of additional requirements are consciously or unconsciously observed either by the ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Lincoln among his friends: a sheaf of intimate memories

Rufus Rockwell Wilson - 1942 - 506 pages - Snippet view
On being pressed to tell the cause of his grief, he said : "I have been reading the Constitution of the United States, and I find a provision in it that none but native born citizens can be President. I am an Englishman by birth and ...books.google.com

2008 Tutorials in Operations Research: State-of-the-Art ... - Page 20

Zhi-Long Chen and S. Raghavan, volume editors, Paul Gray, Series Editor - 2008 - 337 pages - Preview
The number of Americans who could potentially be elected president late in this century—namely, those who are both native-born and at least 35 years old—would be a bit below million under existing projections. ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼

Encyclopedia of World Geography: Volume 1 - Page 38

Peter Haggett - 2001 - 3456 pages - Preview
The president must be at least 35 years old, and must be a native-born United States citizen who has been resident there for 14 years. He must normally possess considerable wealth and political support. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

Presidents: Profiles in Courage of the Men Who Have Led Our Nation

Melissa Blackwell Burke - 2007 - 32 pages - Snippet view
When Madison's friend Thomas Jefferson became president, Madison worked for him. When Jefferson retired, Madison ran ... a candidate must be a native- born US citizen, be at least 35 years old, and have lived in the United States for at ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

American education: Volume 8 - Page 302

Boston University. School of Education - 1904 - Full view
CIVIL GOVERNMENT Questions 1 What are the qualifications of eligibility to the office of (a) president of the United States, ... Answers 1 a) He must be a native born citizen, 14 years a resident of the United States, and 35 years old. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

Read & think English - Page 155

Think English! Magazine - 2007 - 224 pages - Preview
A candidate for president must be a native-born, not a naturalized citizen, be at least 35 years old, and have lived in the US for at least 14 years. The youngest person in American history to become president was Theodore Roosevelt. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

Reader's Digest book of facts

Edmund H. Harvey - 1987 - 416 pages - Snippet view
The requirement to be native-born was waived at first, because before the Revolution all Americans were British subjects. ... YOUNG AND OLD John F. Kennedy was the youngest man to be elected president, at 43. But he was not the youngest ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼


The Guinness Book of Records 1994

Peter Matthews, Michelle Dunkley McCarthy, Mark (CON) Young - 1993 - 320 pages - Snippet view
The President is head of all executive agencies, has full responsibility for the execution of the laws, is commander in chief of the armed ... To be eligible for the presidency one must be a native-born citizen, over 35 years old, ...books.google.com - More editions


The politics of American democracy

Marian Doris Irish, James Warren Prothro - 1962 - 658 pages - Snippet view
President Eisenhower created the Operations Coordinating Board in 1953 to obtain coordinated implementation of the ... Vice-President must meet the constitutional qualifications for the presidential office: he must be a native-born ...books.google.com - More editions

Electing Our President

Nancy Gill - 1988 - 64 pages - Snippet view
The Constitution lists only three qualifications a person needs in order to be President. The President must (1) be at least 35 years old, (2) have lived in the United States at least 14 years, and (3) be a native-born citizen of this ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Magruder's American government

William A. McClenaghan - 1988 - 799 pages - Snippet view
It is a body of presidential electors chosen in each State, and it selects the President and Vice President every four years ... Clause 5 Qualifications The President must be a native-born citizen of the United States, at least 35 years ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Handbook for citizenship

Margaret Seely - 1989 - 104 pages - Snippet view
... appointed by the President with the consent of the Senate • term: at the President's pleasure JUDICIAL Explains ... term: 4 years A President or Vice-President must: • be at least 35 years old • be a native-born citizen • live in ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

The basics of American politics

Gary Wasserman - 2003 - 304 pages - Snippet view
Finally, a case study looks at the president under the worst of circumstances, the days following September 11, 2001. ... president must be at least 35 years old, a resident of the United States for 14 years, and a native-born citizen. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Questions and answers on American citizenship

Solomon Wiener - 1982 - 231 pages - Snippet view
What are the legal qualifications for the office of president of the United States? One must be a native-born citizen, be at least 35 years old, and have resided in the United States for at least 14 years. What are the duties of the ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

Wasserman's Basics of American Politics: With LP.Com Access Card

Gary Wasserman - 2001 - 300 pages - Snippet view
In setting requirements for the office, the Constitution states that the president must be at least 35 years old, a resident of the United States for 14 years, and a native-born citizen. The president can be removed by impeachment or, ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

The American people: a history

Pauline Maier - 1986 - 786 pages - Snippet view
The Framers said only that the President must be at least 35 years old, a resident of the United States for 14 years, and a native-born citizen. There is no mention of such things as sex, race, or level of education or of wealth. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Life in America: a handbook of information for newcomers to the ...

Common Council for American Unity - 1955 - 96 pages - Snippet view
The President must be a native-born citizen, at least 35 years old and with 14 years' residence in the United States. His duties include enforcing the Constitution, the laws enacted by Congress and the United States' treaties, ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

The Guinness Book of Records 1994

Peter Matthews, Michelle Dunkley McCarthy, Mark (CON) Young - 1993 - 320 pages - Snippet view
The Twenty-second Amendment (1951) limits a president to two consecutive four-year terms. To be eligible for the presidency one must be a native-born citizen, over 35 years old, and at least 14 years resident in the United States. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

The International year book and statesmen's who's who

Mervyn O. Pragnell, Ann Patrick Rogers - 1985 - 650 pages - Snippet view
The President heads the executive branch of the government and is elected for a four-year term. He must be a native-born citizen of the United States at least 35 years old His chief duties are to carry out the programme of the ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

People and Politics

James L. Hiatt, Mary Kate Hiatt - 2003 - 523 pages - Snippet view
THE VICE PRESIDENT ===== Qualifications and Nomination Process The Constitution sets the same requirements for the office of vice president as it does for that of president: (1) at least 35 years old, (2) a native-born citizen, ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

A text-book in citizenship: community civics, economic civics, ...

Ray Osgood Hughes - 1923 - 748 pages - Snippet view
Our Constitution says that the President must be 35 years old, a native-born American citizen, and a resident of this country for 14 years. Presidents are generally considerably older than 35. Roosevelt was our youngest President. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

How to become a United States citizen: a step-by-step guidebook ...

Sally A. Navarro - 2002 - 159 pages - Snippet view
Where does the President live? The White House in Washington, DC is home to the President. 57. What are the minimum qualifications to be President? The President of the United States must be at least 35 years old, native-born, ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

The United States and the Other Americas

John Jarolimek - 1985 - 615 pages - Snippet view
To become President? • When could an immigrant from Mexico become a Representative? A President? ... years at least 25 years old American citizen for at least 7 years President 4 years at least 35 years old native- born American citizen ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Young students learning library: Volume 17

Newfield Publications - 1995 - Snippet view
The President is elected for a four- year term and can serve no more than two terms. A candidate for the Presidency must be a native-born citizen who is at least 35 years old, and has lived in the United States for 14 years before ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Kaplan AP US Government & Politics 2006

Ulrich Kleinschmidt - 2005 - 408 pages - Snippet view
The president must be 35 years old, a US resident for 14 years, and a "natural" born (native born) citizen "together" with the vice president. Electors will be "equal to the whole Number of Senators and Representatives to which the ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

How to become a United States citizen: a step-by-step guidebook ...

Sally Abel, Sally A. Navarro - 1983 - 158 pages - Snippet view
The President of the United States must be at least 35 years old, at least 14 years a resident of the United States, and native born. 52. Is the President elected by popular vote of the people? Not directly. The President (and Vice ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Way to United States citizenship

Margaret W. Hirschy, Dominie Secondary - 1997 - 160 pages - Snippet view
The president must be a native citizen. at least 35 years old of good moral character a leader Quiz Circle the correct response. 1. The vice president of native American four years executive branch enforces native-born writes reelected.books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼


The way to U.S. citizenship

Margaret W. Hirschy - 1991 - 143 pages - Snippet view
The president must be a native citizen. at least 35 years old of good moral character a leader Circle the correct response. 1. The vice president of the native American four years executive branch enforces native-born writes reelected.books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼
Community civics

Ray Osgood Hughes - 1927 - 505 pages - Snippet view
The President must be 35 years old, a native-born American citizen, and a resident of this country for 14 years. They are generally considerably older than 35. Roosevelt, who was not quite 43 when he became president, was the nearest to ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

Kaplan AP U.S. Government & Politics 2007 Edition

Ulrich Kleinschmidt, William L. Brown, Jr. - 2006 - 408 pages - Snippet view
The president must be 35 years old, a US resident for 14 years, and a "natural" born (native born) citizen "together" with the vice president. • Electors will be "equal to the whole Number of Senators and Representatives to which the ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Encyclopædia Britannica

Walter Yust - 1954 - Snippet view
The president must be native-born and at least 35 years old. He is directly elected for a six year term that begins on Dec. 1 after the Jul}' of his election; for certification of this, congress becomes an electoral college. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼


American politics: policies, power, and change

Kenneth M. Dolbeare, Murray Jacob Edelman - 1977 - 564 pages - Snippet view
And though millions of people meet the constitutional requirements for serving as President— native-born citizens at least 35 years old— only a very small number are ever seriously considered as nominees who might attract a large ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

New community civics,

Ray Osgood Hughes - 1924 - 495 pages - Snippet view
The President must be 35 years old, a native-born American citizen, and a resident of this country for 14 years. They are generally considerably older than 35. Roosevelt, who was not quite 43 when he became president, was the nearest to ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

The party's choice

William R. Keech, Donald R. Matthews - 1976 - 258 pages - Snippet view
And Republican President Nixon, within a few months of his landslide victory, was found to be deeply implicated in ... Presidents must be native-born citizens, 35 years old, and have spent at least years of their lives residing in the ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Hearst's international combined with Cosmopolitan: Volume 111

1941 - Snippet view
To become President, a man must fulfill four requirements. He must be a native-born American; he must be at least 35 years old; he must have lived in this country for at least years. What is the fourth requirement? 6. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

National conventions in an age of party reform

James W. Davis - 1983 - 304 pages - Snippet view
1 , Presidents must be native-born citizens, 35 years old, and have spent at least 14 years of their lives residing in the United States. Children of American nationals who were born abroad also qualify, although some ambiguity remains ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Modern legal glossary

Kenneth Robert Redden, Enid Veron - 1980 - 576 pages - Snippet view
A person whose citizenship derives from the nation where he or she was born. Under Article II, Section 1 of the Constitution, only natural-born citizens are eligible to serve as President. Virginia Dare could be called the first ...books.google.com - More editions

American government: a comparative approach

Charles W. Dunn, Martin W. Slann - 1994 - 594 pages - Snippet view
THE PRESIDENCY THE AMERICAN PRESIDENT The Functions of the President Organizational Structure of the Executive Branch ... qualifications for the presidency are simple: A president must be at least 35 years old, a native-born American, ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Social education: Volume 16

Erling Messer Hunt, National Council for the Social Studies, American Historical Association - 1952 - Snippet view
Don: Sure. They could vote for Bing Hope but not for Rita Grable. Earl: What's wrong with Rita? Don: Nothing, except that she isn't old enough. The President of the United States must be 35 years old at least and a native born citizen. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

The boundless frontier: America from Christopher Columbus to ...

James T. Wall - 1999 - 369 pages - Snippet view
The issue was how to select the president. Proposals included by popular vote, state legislatures, Congress, ... native-born and 35-years old. The sealed ballots would be sent to Congress where, before a joint session they would be ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼

American Government

James Lucian McCamy - 1957 - 866 pages - Snippet view
Only a native-born citizen of the United States, at least 35 years old, who has been a resident within the United States for 14 years, is eligible to become President. If the President is removed, dies, resigns, or becomes unable to ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

The politics of the presidency

Richard Abernathy Watson, Norman C. Thomas - 1983 - 496 pages - Snippet view
The second is to be at least 35 years old. The third is to have been a resident of the United States for fourteen years ... According to one leading scholar on the subject, Charles Gordon (1968), it is clear that "native-born" persons, ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

The Commercial & financial chronicle: Volume 102, Part 2

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... if a woman is a "person," she may be judge, Representative, Senator, or President; yet no "person" under a specified age can enter Congress, and no "person" not native- born and at least 35 years old can be President. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

The Illinois constitution: an annotated and comparative analysis

George D. Braden, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Institute of Government and Public Affairs, Illinois. Constitution Study Commission - 1969 - 624 pages - Snippet view
The United States Constitution requires that the President be native born, 35 years old and l4 years a resident. By implication the same requirements must be met by the Vice President. The Model State Constitution requires only that the ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

Civics

Morris C Deshel - 1927 - 120 pages - Snippet view
The President is the chief executive officer of the United States. The Constitution requires that a candidate for the presidency must be a native born citizen of the United States, at least 35 years old and a resident of the United ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Speakers' Book of Facts

Congress of Industrial Organizations (U.S.). Political Action Committee - 1950 - Snippet view
They have unlimited power to make anybody in the country President of the United States - provided he (or she) is 35 years old and is a native born citizen. A majority of the voters in your state may vote for one presidential candidate, ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Time: Volumes 137-138

Briton Hadden, Henry Robinson Luce - 1991 - Snippet view
The Constitution, he had pointed out, requires that a President be native born and at least 35 years old, but does not insist that he be alive. After the ritualistic denunciation of the Red Sox, which is required of New England males, ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

Values of new type examinations in the high school: with special ...

Sterling Gardner Brinkley - 1924 - 121 pages - Snippet view
... person must be (1) a native- born citizen of the United States, (2) a male, (3) 35 years old or over, (4) 30 years old or over. 11. The resumption of specie payments, as carried out by President Hayes, means that the United States, ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

The Reader's digest: Volume 37

1940 - Snippet view
To become President of the United States, a man must fulfill four requirements. He must be a native-born American, he must be at least 35 years old, he must have lived in this country for 14 years. What is the fourth requirement? 3. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

Proposed changes in naturalization laws: Hearings...66. Cong. 1 sess

United States. Congress. House. Committee on immigration and naturalization - 1919 - 223 pages - Snippet view
Executive Department: Carry out the laws — President (Woodrow Wilson) term (four years) 1913-1917 — chosen by electors who are elected by the people — qualifications (native born, 35 years old, 14 years resident of United States) ...books.google.com - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Your government

George O. Comfort - 1954 - 501 pages - Snippet view
... thirty-five or more years old, who was born in the United States and has lived for fourteen years within the borders, ... TERM OF OFFICE, PRIVILEGES, AND IMMUNITIES The President is elected in November of years divisible by four ...books.google.com - More editions

Reorganization of the Department of Defense: hearings before the ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Armed Services. Subcommittee on Investigations - 1987 - 1119 pages - Snippet view
We let anybody become President of the United States who is 35 years old and native born and can get elected, and I think the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff is ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼
Federal supplement: Volume 349

Guinness Book of World Records, 1991

Donald McFarlan, Norris McWhirter - 1991 - 864 pages - Snippet view
The Twenty-second Amendment (1951) limits a President to two consecutive four-year terms. To be eligible for the presidency one must be a native-born citizen, over 35 years old, and at least 14 years resident in the United States. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Nuclear weapons and NATO: analytical survey of literature

United States. Dept. of the Army - 1970 - 450 pages - Snippet view
He must be a native-born citizen at least 35 years old. Under the President are 12 executive departments. The heads of these departments form a council known as the President's Cabinet. They are appointed by the President, ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

Immigration: its evils and consequences - Page 10

Samuel Clagett Busey - 1856 - 162 pages - Full view
They declared by that solemn compact, that the President of the United States should be a native born citizen, and, as consequent truths, which necessarily follow from .this principle, they established, 1. That the army of the United ...books.google.com - More editions

The Law of the American Constitution; Its Origin and Development - Page 55

Charles K. Burdick - 2008 - 708 pages - Preview
The committee of eleven radically modified the original proposal of the committee of five by requiring that a person to be eligible to the office of President shall be "a native-born citizen, or a citizen of the United States, ...books.google.com

We and our government - Page 88

Jeremiah Whipple Jenks, Rufus Daniel Smith, Donald Farquharson Stewart - 1922 - 223 pages - Full view
With one exception, he shares all the benefits which belong to a native born citizen. He can hold any political office, except that of President or Vice President of the United States, privileges that are reserved to the native born. ...books.google.com - More editions

Register of debates in Congress: comprising the leading debates ...

United States. Congress, Joseph Gales, William Winston Seaton - 1836 - Full view
By the provisions of the federal constitution, the President and Vice President of the United States are required to be native-born citizens; and the President is required to cause the laws of the Union to be executed. ...

The Encyclopedia Americana: a library of universal knowledge: Volume 6 - Page 709

1918 - Full view
In the constitution it is provided that only native-born citizens are eligible for election as President or Vice-President of ... citizens shall have all the rights, privileges and protection that are enjoyed by native-born citizens. ...books.google.com - More editions

The Statesman's year-book: Volume 1 - Page 579

Frederick Martin, Sir John Scott Keltie, Isaac Parker Anderson Renwick - 1864 - Full view
The executive power is vested in a president. He is the only executive officer known to the constitution. He is appointed by an Electoral College, ... No person is eligible to the office of president who is not a native- born ...books.google.com - More editions

The science of government in connection with American institutions - Page 152

Joseph Alden - 1866 - 248 pages - Full view
up the same, certifying on each that a list of the votes for such State for President and Vice-President are contained therein, ... and none are now eligible to the office of President or Vice- President but native-born citizens. ...books.google.com - More editions

The civil polity of the United States considered in its theory and ... - Page 87

Meeds Tuthill - 1883 - 284 pages - Full view
The President and the Vice-President, (and hence their Electors also), are required, however, to be native-born citizens of the United States. Here we have a clear inclusion of all the States as to their native-born, ...books.google.com - More editions

No Way to Pick A President: How Money and Hired Guns Have Debased ... - Page 13

Jules Witcover - 2001 - 320 pages - Preview
ME FOR PRESIDENT very American mother likes to think that her son (or, nowadays, er daughter) can become president. ... are native-born, and have resided in the United States for fourteen years, as the Constitution also stipulates, ...books.google.com - More editions

Lawyers' reports annotated: Book 1 - Page 117

Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company - 1903 - Full view
No person shall be eligible to the office of president except a native-born citizen, who shall hold bis office during the term of four years, and shall be elected as therein pro- Tided. The judicial power shall be vested in one supreme ...books.google.com - More editions

American history and government: a text-book on the history and ... - Page 197

James Albert Woodburn, Thomas Francis Moran - 1906 - 476 pages - Full view
Qualifications of the President. — The President and the Vice President must be native-born citizens of the United States, thirty-five years of age, and have been for fourteen years residents, within the United States. ...books.google.com - More editions


The Presidential-Congressional Political Dictionary - Page 110

Jeffrey M. Elliot, Sheikh R. Ali - 2007 - 384 pages - Preview
There are only three presidential qualifications: a native-born citizen, at least thirty-five years of age, and a resident ... Originally, restrictions were imposed by the Constitution upon the president but not upon the vice president, ...books.google.com - More editions


American politics: The American republic and its government - Page 135

James Albert Woodburn - 1908 - Full view
Unfairness may be done in the State ; but, as Mr. Bryce says, "unfairness is better than uncertainty," in such a case.1 Both the President and the Vice-President must be native-born citizens of the United States, thirty-five years of ...books.google.com - More editions

ABA Journal - Nov 1974 - Page 1361

Vol. 60 - 162 pages - Magazine - Full view
... for members of the House of Representatives and abolition of the requirement that presidents be native born. ... He shall hold his office during the term of four years and, together with the Vice President, chosen for the same term, ...books.google.com

Other Earths - Page 146

Nick Gevers, Jay Lake - 2009 - 320 pages - Preview
"You can't become president, Mr. Prime Minister. The president must be a native-born citizen. It's in the Constitution." "I am native born," Churchill smiled, "and I shall become a citizen, just as you have. It is a little-known fact, ...books.google.com

A new and complete statistical gazetteer of the United States of ... - Page 9

Richard Swainson Fisher - 1855 - 960 pages - Full view
No person can be President or Vice-president who is not a native-born citizen, of the age of thirty-five years, and who has been a resident of the United States for fourteen years . ...books.google.com - More editions

The political history of the United States of America, during the ... - Page 573

Edward McPherson - 1865 - 653 pages - Full view
That the President of tho United Stales is in no constitutional sense the sovereign thereof, but that all his governmental ... who shall be a native- born citizen of the United States, for the presidency or the vice presidency, ...

The American republic and its government: an analysis of the ... - Page 135

James Albert Woodburn - 1903 - 410 pages - Full view
Unfairness may be done in the State; but, as Mr. Bryce says, "unfairness is better than uncertainty," in such a case.1 Both the President and the Vice-President must be native-born citizens of the United States, thirty-five years of age ...books.google.com - More editions

American citizenship - Page 109

Charles Austin Beard, Mary Ritter Beard - 1914 - 330 pages - Full view
The qualifications, term, and pay of the President. — The President must be thirty-five years old, a native-born citizen of the United States, and fourteen years a resident of the United States. His term of office is four years, ...books.google.com - More editions

The federal government: its officers and their duties - Page 133

Ransom Hooker Gillet - 1871 - 444 pages - Full view
No person not a native-born citizen, thirty-five years of age, and resident for fourteen years in the United States, can become president. 2. HOW THE PRESIDENT IS ELECTED. Each State appoints, in such manner as the legislature thereof ...books.google.com - More editions

As If Being 12 3/4 Isn't Bad Enough, My Mother Is Running for ... - Page 225

Weyman Jones, Donna Gephart - 2010 - 227 pages - Preview
Dear Reader, Recording to the Constitution, only three things are required for a person to be eligible to become president of the United States: 1. H person must be a native-born citizen of the United States. 2. ...books.google.com - More editions

Niles' weekly register: Volume 29 - Page 247
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Hezekiah Niles, William Ogden Niles - 1825 - Full view
... by appointing a president and secretary, (members of their own body) to elect a president and vice president of the U. States, in the following manner: each elector shall give in his ballot for some one person, a native born citizen ...books.google.com - More editions

The constitutional law of the United States of America - Page 84

Hermann Von Holst - 1887 - 369 pages - Full view
As the president and vice-president are elected at and for the same time, the right to be chosen to both offices is 'dependent upon the same conditions (12th amendment). To be eligible, it is necessary to be a native-born citizen of the ...books.google.com - More editions

The Presidential Book of Lists: From Most to Least, Elected to ... - Page xiv

Ian Randal Strock - 2008 - 254 pages - Preview
Well, I was a native-born citizen, so apart from being too young, there was no impediment I could see to being President myself. It wasn't an all-consuming" desire; I figured that when the time was right, I'd move in that direction. ...books.google.com - More editions

The essentials of American constitutional law - Page 167

Francis Newton Thorpe - 1917 - 279 pages - Full view
Thus the States, at a critical time, become the check on the United States in the selection of President and Vice-President. That the President (and by implication, the Vice- President) must be native-born American citizens is a ...books.google.com - More editions

The United States of America: a study of the American ...: Volume 3 - Page 1185

Nathaniel Southgate Shaler - 1894 - Full view
No one is eligible to either of these offices unless he is a native- born citizen of the United States, thirty-five years old, and for fourteen years a resident of the country. The Vice-President succeeds the President in case of his ...books.google.com - More editions

Smith's Hand-Book for travellers through the United States of ... - Page 13

J. Galvin Smith - 1856 - Full view
No person can be President or Vice-president who Is not a native- born citizen, of the age of thirty-live years, ... The President h:is a salary of 2r>,l)00 per annum, and uthe White House" at Washington for a residence during his ...books.google.com

American education: Volume 8 - Page 223

Boston University. School of Education - 1904 - Full view
The men selected for president and vice-president must be native born, residents for fourteen years and thirty-five years of age. Both can not be from the same state. . 10. The presidential candidates of the two leading parties were ...books.google.com - More editions

The government of the United States

Ernest Barksdale Fincher - 1976 - 402 pages - Snippet view
The presidency and vice presidency are the only federal offices reserved for native-born citizens of the United States. Thus a naturalized citizen may be a justice of the Supreme Court or a Senator but may not serve as President or Vice ...books.google.com - More editions

Presidential transactions

Robert J. Sickels - 1974 - 184 pages - Snippet view
Clearly native-born citizens are eligible and naturalized citizens are not, but the person born to United States ... In a less drastic strategy of avoidance, the Court takes a case, assesses the merits, and gives the president the ...books.google.com - More editions


The Heritage guide to the Constitution - Page 190

Edwin Meese, David F. Forte, United States - 2005 - 475 pages - Preview
The third qualification to be President is that one must be a “natural born Citizen”(or a citizen at the time of the adoption ... Under the longstanding English common- law principle of jus soli, persons born within the territory of the ...books.google.com

Chambers's encyclopædia: a dictionary of universal knowledge for ...: Volume 9 - Page 651
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Ephraim Chambers - 1870 - Full view
The executive of the Federal government is a President, chosen by an electoral college, equal in number to the senators aud representatives, elected by the people of the .states. He must be a native of the U. 8., at least 35 years old. ...books.google.com - More editions

The American cyclopaedia: a popular dictionary of general knowledge - Page 825

George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana - 1875 - Full view
The president of the United States holds his office for the term of four years, beginning on the 4th day of ... He must be a native of the United States, at least 35 years old, and is chosen by electors who are themselves chosen by the ...books.google.com - More editions

The government of North Dakota - Page 65

James Ernest Boyle - 1910 - 320 pages - Full view
The qualifications of the President have been clearly named by the Constitution and cannot be changed by Congress. He must be a native American, at least 35 years old, and must have resided at least 14 years within the United States. ...books.google.com - More editions
De Bow's review of the southern and western states: Volume 11 - Page 272

James Dunwoody Brownson De Bow - 1851 - Full view
He must be 35 years old, a native of the United States, and a resident of the state for four years. He nominates the judicial and some other civil ... The lieutenant-governor, chosen as the governor, is also president of the Senate. ...books.google.com - More editions

Algebra I

Charles Francis Brumfiel - 1961 - 371 pages - Snippet view
If a man is President of the United States, then he is at least 35 years old. 4. You can be on the team only if you go ... (c) If a person is a citizen, then he was born in the United States. (d) If your average is 90, then your grades ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

Cyclopaedia of political science, political ecomony, and of the ...: Volume 2 - Page 948

John Joseph Lalor - 1883 - Full view
All persons born in the limits and under the actual obedience of the United States were its " natural-born citizens "; and it is in ... 1992), is as follows: " All persons born in the United States, and not subject to any foreign power, ...books.google.com - More editions

Rights of citizens and persons under the Fourteenth amendment - Page 17
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Chin-Yung Yen - 1905 - 70 pages - Full view
Natural-born citizens, according to this decision, are those persons who are born in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, without regard to the nationality of their parents. Persons who possess the element of birth ...books.google.com - More editions

A digest of the reports of the United States courts: from the ...: Volume 1 - Page 623

Benjamin Vaughan Abbott, United States. Supreme Court, United States. Circuit Courts - 1884 - Full view
All persons born in the allegiance of the United States are natural-born citizens. ... The meaning of the 14th amendment, "all persons born in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof," is, born both in the United ...books.google.com - More editions

Proceedings of the American Society of International Law at its ...: Volumes 3-4 - Page 69

American Society of International Law - 1909 - Full view
It will be observed that the definition, if such it be, preserves the classification into natural-born and naturalized citizens, demanding of the natural-born that he be born in the United States, and of both that they be subject to the ...books.google.com - More editions

Civil government of North Carolina and the United States - Page 179

William Joseph Peele - 1907 - 279 pages - Full view
Such natural- born citizen is one who is born a citizen of the United States. 4"A11 persons born in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. ...books.google.com - More editions

Introduction to political science: a treatise on the origin, ... - Page 338

James Wilford Garner - 1910 - 616 pages - Full view
Children born in the United States of foreign consuls and of other foreign citizens or subjects residing or temporarily sojourning here are held to be natural-born citizens, since they are clearly subject to the jurisdiction of the ...books.google.com - More editions

Official U.S. bulletin: Volume 1 - Page 75
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1917 - Full view
This question is explained, as follows, in the guide : (1) If you were born in the United States, Including Alaska and Hawaii, you are a natural-born citizen, no matter what may have been the citizenship or nationality of your parents. ...books.google.com - More editions

Civil government of the United States - Page 16

David Duncan Wallace - 1917 - 144 pages - Full view
Racial Qualifications — No Chinese can become naturalized ; but a Chinese child born in the United States is a " natural born citizen " of the United States. Japanese laborers are forbidden to come into this country. ...books.google.com - More editions

The devil knows Latin: why America needs the classical tradition

E. Christian Kopff - 1999 - 313 pages - Snippet view
Finding the common law expression "natural born" in the Constitution, the justices concluded that citizenship must be based ... a word which they employed 21 times in arriving at this conclusion: ". . .a child born in the United States, ...

Land of Promise: A history of the United States to 1877

Carol Berkin - 1986 - Snippet view
To be President, a person must have been born a citizen. The person must be at least thirty-five years old and must have lived in the United States for fourteen years. The only persons eligible to be President who were not born citizens ...books.google.com - More editions

Amazing . . . But False!: Hundreds of "Facts" You Thought Were ... - Page 41

David Diefendorf, James Randi - 2007 - 256 pages - Preview
A citizen of the United States who is an American citizen by virtue of his or her birth is eligible to be president, even if he or she was born outside the country (such as the child of an American diplomat living abroad). ...books.google.com

Iowa: the home for immigrants, being a treatise on the resources ... - Page 63

Iowa. Board of Immigration - 1870 - 96 pages - Full view
A foreigner, after being naturalized, has all the rights of a native born citizen, except that he is not eligible to be President or Vice-President of the United States. In Iowa he is eligible to any office, from Governor down to the ...books.google.com

Civics for Americans

John J. Patrick, Richard C. Remy - 1986 - 561 pages - Snippet view
To be President, a person must have been born a citizen. The person must be at least thirty-five v ears old and must have lived in the United States for fourteen vears. The only people eligible to be President who were not natural-horn ...books.google.com - More editions

Civic ideals: conflicting visions of citizenship in U.S. history - Page 130

Rogers M. Smith - 1999 - 736 pages - Preview
... and not with the Constitution's predominant liberal republicanism, it was almost certainly the common-law criterion of place of birth that the delegates meant to install in Article II, as Madison later asserted.34 It thus ...books.google.com - More editions

The 10 lenses: your guide to living & working in a multicultural world - Page 190

Mark Alexander Williams - 2001 - 247 pages - Preview
... being 35 years of age or older, having been born a US citizen, and not having been convicted of a felony. A second question to ask is, "Based on these criteria, who in the room is eligible to be president of the United States? ...books.google.com - More editions

The American review

Johns Hopkins University. Bologna Center. European Center of American Studies - 1960 - Snippet view
The Constitutional qualifications for President are astonishingly simple: he must be born in the United States and be thirty-five years of age. These are the only qualifications: on all the other matters that have commanded so much ...books.google.com - More editions

Contemporary American economic and political problems

Wesley Marvin Bagby - 1981 - 302 pages - Snippet view
The Constitution specifies that the president must be born in the United States, at least thirty-five years old, and resident within the United States for at least fourteen years. He receives $200000 annually, plus expense allowances ...books.google.com - More editions

Democratic citizenship in today's world

A. Elwood Adams, Edward Everett Walker - 1944 - 373 pages - Snippet view
To be eligible for the presidency, a candidate must have been born in the United States. He must be at least thirty-five years of age when elected, and he must have lived fourteen years of his life within the nation. ...books.google.com - More editions

Questions Children Ask

Edith Bonhivert, Ernest Bonhivert, Muriel Stanek - 1989 - 192 pages - Snippet view
Could you be President some day? The President must be a citizen who was born in the United States and who has lived here for at least fourteen years. He must be at least thirty-five years old. Do you notice one thing? ...

Immigration: Hearings before Subcommittee No. 1 of the Committee ...: Volume 3

United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary - 1964 - Snippet view
The only difference drawn by the Constitution is that only the native-born citizen is eligible to be President * * * "A native-born citizen is free to reside abroad indefinitely without suffering loss of citizenship. ...books.google.com - More editions

National republic: Volumes 28-29
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1940 - Snippet view
... into the Constitution an article providing that none but an American born, is eligible to be President. Evidently they figured that in return, an American born President would see to it that only American born were appointed by him. ...books.google.com - More editions

Every four years

Robert C. Post, Amy Donovan - 1980 - 228 pages - Snippet view
Any native-born citizen over the age of 35 is eligible to be President. Presidents are restricted in their actions, and that is by fundamental design. James Madison noted that the founders of the American republic were primarily worried ...books.google.com - More editions

Human rights yearbook

United Nations. Secretariat - 1967 - Snippet view
Court pointed out that the only difference made in the federal Constitution between the native-born and the naturalized citizen is that only native-born citizens are eligible to be President. The Court held that the provision ...books.google.com - More editions

The Instant Genius: An Indispensable Handbook for Know-It-Alls

Tanya Slover - 1998 - 142 pages - Snippet view
Some sources believe he was born in Canada. Under the Constitution, only people born in the United States are eligible to be president. Who was the only president never to marry? James Buchanan (1857-1861). ...books.google.com - More editions

How Do We Elect Our Leaders?

William David Thomas - 2008 - 32 pages - Preview
Some of that money comes from the major political parties WHO CAN BE PRESIDENT? The US Constitution lists three requirements to be president. A person must: • be a US citizen at birth (a natural-born citizen). • have lived in the United ...books.google.com - More editions

The Journey of Rebecca Rose - Page 54

Stephen Kovach - 2006 - 222 pages - Preview
... which means (yes I know you're all curious) she COULD be President of the US. The restriction says you have to be a native born American - a US citizen at birth. We have to go to the US Embassy in London to get a form that says so, ...books.google.com

The Oxford companion to the Supreme Court of the United States

Kermit Hall, James W. Ely, Joel B. Grossman - 2005 - 1239 pages - Snippet view
The requirement that the president be a "natural born citizen" implies that the framers recognized the principle of jus soli. According to this doctrine — literally meaning "right of land or ground" — citizenship results from birth ...books.google.com - More editions

Hearings

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary - 1972 - Snippet view
I believe you are talking about Governor Rockefeller and the question was whether the provision in the Constitution which said that you have to be born in the United States to be President applies to a man who was a citizen at birth. ...books.google.com - More editions

How to be President of the U.S.A.

Murray I. Suid - 1992 - 80 pages - Snippet view
The President must be a man. 2. The President must obey the law, just like everyone else. 3. The President has to be married. 4. The President must be at least 35 years old. 5. Only a person who is a citizen at birth can be elected ...books.google.com - More editions

A commentary on the law and true construction of the federal ...: Page 90, Issue 4871 - Page 206

John King - 1871 - 496 pages - Full view
The qualifications for president and vice-president by this clause are made the same. They must, therefore, be native born citizens of the United States, or citizens of the United States at the time of the adoption of the federal ...books.google.com - More editions

Elements of civil government, local, state, and national: a brief ... - Page 109

William Augustus Mowry - 1898 - 226 pages - Full view
A representative must have been a citizen of the United States seven years ; a senator, nine years ; and a President or Vice-President must be native born. 3. A representative must be an inhabitant of the state for which he is chosen ...books.google.com - More editions

The Presidential-Congressional Political Dictionary - Page 110

Jeffrey M. Elliot, Sheikh R. Ali - 2007 - 384 pages - Preview
There are only three presidential qualifications: a native-born citizen, at least thirty-five years of age, and a resident ... Originally, restrictions were imposed by the Constitution upon the president but not upon the vice president, ...books.google.com - More editions

The American almanac, year-book, cyclopaedia and atlas - Page 163

1902 - Full view
But In choosing the President the votes shall be taken by States, the representation ... J nder the Constitution only a native born citizen who shall have attained the age of thirty-five years ...books.google.com - More editions

Philosophy of mathematics: structure and ontology - Page 260

Stewart Shapiro - 2000 - 296 pages - Preview
Moreover, no one can play the president role unless the person is a native-born citizen, is over thirty-five years of age, and is either elected to the office or succeeds to it.10 In other words, with ordinary (pure) mathematics, ...books.google.com - More editions
The Statesman's year-book: Volume 1 - Page 579

Frederick Martin, Sir John Scott Keltie, Isaac Parker Anderson Renwick - 1864 - Full view
No person is eligible to the office of president who is not a native- born citizen, of the age of thirty-five years. The president is commander-in-chief of the army and navy, and of the militia in the service of the Union. ...books.google.com - More editions
The presidential counts: a complete official record of the ... - Page 203

1877 - 670 pages - Full view
The Constitution declares that no man shall be eligible to the office of President unless he be a native-born citizen ... One of those principles is that the candidate voted for must be thirty-five years of age; another is that he must ...books.google.com - More editions

The New World in 1859: being the United States and Canada, ... - Page 22

1859 - 454 pages - Full view
Representatives have the sole power of impeachment The Executive Power is vested in a President, who is elected by an Electoral ... No person can be President or Viee-President who is not a native-born citizen, of the age of thirty-five ...books.google.com
Civil government: describing the various forms of ... - Page 181

Edward Schwinn, William Wesley Stevenson - 1901 - 374 pages - Full view
As these men have since died, this part is useless, and only native-born citizens can become President and Vice-President. Thirty-five years is the requisite age for the office of President, being the highest age required for any office ...books.google.com - More editions

No Way to Pick A President: How Money and Hired Guns Have Debased ... - Page 13

Jules Witcover - 2001 - 320 pages - Preview
ME FOR PRESIDENT very American mother likes to think that her son (or, nowadays, er daughter) can become president. ... are native-born, and have resided in the United States for fourteen years, as the Constitution also stipulates, ...books.google.com - More editions

The two hemispheres - Page 739

1882 - Full view
The president, who must be a native-born citizen, thirty-five years of age, and resident in the United States for fourteen years, is commander- in-chief of the army and navy, and has the power, in concurrence with two-thirds of the ...books.google.com - More editions

THE STATESMAN'S YEAR BOOK - Page 564

MACMILLAN - 1868 - Full view
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The constitutional law of the United States of America - Page 84

Hermann Von Holst - 1887 - 369 pages - Full view
As the president and vice-president are elected at and for the same time, the right to be chosen to both offices is ... To be eligible, it is necessary to be a native-born citizen of the United States,2 to be at least thirty-five years ...books.google.com - More editions

The peoples' manual and handbook of popular government: a ... - Page 14

John McMurray - 1885 - 236 pages - Full view
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THE PRESIDENTIAL COUNTS: A COMPLETE OFFICIAL RECORD - Page 203

1877 - Full view
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Smith's quarto, or second book in geography: A concise and ... - Page 71

Roswell Chamberlain Smith - 1848 - 75 pages - Full view
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Constitution Translated for Kids - Page 34

Cathy Travis - 2008 - 109 pages - Preview
Congress picks the time for choosing electors, and the day they will vote. It will be the same day in all states. The President must be born in the United States (or to US citizens), be thirty-five years old, and have lived in the ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼

If I Ran for President

Catherine Stier - 2008 - 32 pages - Preview
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Alexander Hamilton - Page 238

Ron Chernow - 2005 - 818 pages - Preview
The final document stated that the president had to be at least thirty-five and either native-born "or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution." Since Hamilton was away from Philadelphia when a ...books.google.com - More editions

America's promise restored: preventing culture, crusade, and ... - Page 9

Harlan Ullman - 2006 - 320 pages - Preview
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Philp's Washington Described: A Complete View of the American ... - Page 74

William D'Arcy Haley - 2009 - 244 pages - Preview
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Elements of Civil Government - Page 77

California California Stat Carey Jones - 2009 - 248 pages - Preview
Qualifications for President. — In order that a person may be eligible to the Presidency, he must be a native born citizen, at least thirty-five years of age, and a resident within the United States for fourteen years.1 The salary of ...books.google.com - More editions

How to Raise an American: 1776 Fun and Easy Tools, Tips, and ...

Myrna Blyth, Chriss Winston - 2007 - 320 pages - Preview
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Our Government: Set of 6 Bridges Set A - Page 5

Benchmark Education Company, Ellen Bari - 2007 - Preview
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Callus on My Soul: A Memoir - Page 124

Dick Gregory, Shelia P. Moses - 2003 - 304 pages - Preview
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Our GOVT - Page 5

Ellen Bari - 2005 - Preview
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The President and the Executive Branch - Page 16

Tracie Egan - 2003 - 32 pages - Preview
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Adventures in Time and Place

James A. Banks, Barry K. Beyer, Gloria Contreras - 2000 - Snippet view
To be President, a person must be a citizen born in the United States, at least 35 years old, and have lived in the United States for at least 14 years. 6. If the President leaves office for any reason

Adventures in Time and Place

James A. Banks, Barry K. Beyer, Gloria Contreras - 2000 - Snippet view
To be President, a person must be a citizen born in the United States, at least 35 years old, and have lived in the United States for at least 14 years. 6. If the President leaves office for any reason

Approaching democracy

Larry Berman, Bruce Allen Murphy - 2004 - 507 pages - Snippet view
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How we are governed in state and nation - Page 17

Charles Sedgwick May - 1899 - 188 pages - Full view
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Building our democracy

Vanza Nielsen Devereaux, Homer Ferris Aker, Chester D. Babcock - 1962 - 381 pages - Snippet view
The President must be at least thirty-five years old. He must have lived in the United States for fourteen years. ... A native-born citizen is a person born in the United States, its territories, or possessions. ...books.google.com - More editions

American Politics: The Enduring Constitution

William Lasser - 1999 - 500 pages - Snippet view
In fact, almost anyone can become president. The Constitution provides only that the president be a natural born citizen of the United States (that is, a person born in the United States or whose parents are ...books.google.com - More editions

Give Me Liberty: A Handbook for American Revolutionaries - Page 331

Naomi Wolf - 2008 - 376 pages - Preview
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Our federal government: how it works : an introduction to the ...

Patricia C. Acheson - 1984 - 322 pages - Snippet view
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America's democracy: the ideal and the reality

Fred R. Harris - 1986 - 702 pages - Snippet view
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The Clash of issues: readings and problems in American government

Samuel Krislov, Raymond Lawrence Lee, James A. Burkhart - 1984 - 325 pages - Snippet view
The Constitution, which places some qualifications on other office-holders — the President, for example, must be thirty-five years of age and born in the United States, senators must be thirty years

I Can Be President

Beatrice Beckman, Robert L. Hillerich - 1984 - 31 pages - Snippet view
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A treatise on practical book-keeping and business transactions: ... - Page 121

Joseph Howard Palmer - 1884 - 172 pages - Full view
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A community built on words: the constitution in history and politics - Page 235

Jefferson Powell - 2002 - 251 pages - Preview
"No Person except a natural born Citizen . . . shall be eligible to the Office of President. ... no better tide to the citizenship which we enjoy than the 'accident of birth' — the fact that we happened

To govern America

Roger Hilsman - 1979 - 594 pages - Snippet view
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Southern california law review: Volume 50, Part 2
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1977 - Snippet view
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A preface to action: interpretations of politics in America

Kenneth Smorsten - 1976 - 310 pages - Snippet view
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Democracy: the theory and the practice

John Royston Lewis - 1966 - 224 pages - Snippet view
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A practical companion to the Constitution: how the Supreme Court ... - Page 88

Jethro Koller Lieberman - 1999 - 796 pages - Preview
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The Constitutional Rights, Privileges, and Immunities of the ... - Page 78

Arnold T. Guminski - 2009 - 376 pages - Preview
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How to Prepare for the U.S. Citizenship Test - Page 194

Gladys E. Alesi - 2005 - 240 pages - Preview
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The notebook of a native Washingtonian - Page 20


Gilbert Hahn - 2004 - 79 pages - Preview
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Student reference book

Max Bell, University of Chicago. School Mathematics Project - 2004 - Snippet view
Electing a President The president of the United States is elected every four years The president must be at least 35 years old. He or she must have been born in the United States When people vote for president, they are really voting ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ The Encyclopedia of civil rights in America: Volume 1

David Bradley, Shelley Fisher Fishkin - 1998 - 1018 pages - Snippet view
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Recollections of the Bench and the Bar of Central Illinois: A ... - Page 58

Jam Conkling, Conkling James - 2009 - 36 pages - Preview
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Citizenship Made Simple: An Easy to Read Guide to the U.S. ... - Page 57

Barbara Brooks Kimmel, Alan M. Lubiner - 2002 - 112 pages - Preview
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Guide to Naturalization

Barry Leonard - 1998 - 60 pages - Full view
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Understanding the Constitution - Page 56

Constantinos E. Scaros - 2010 - 477 pages - Preview
... you see that there are two types of American citizens: those who are natural born (born in the United States, or with some exception, such as being born on a US military base

American Government: Historical, Popular, & Global Perspectives, ...

David Yalof, Kenneth Dautrich - 2008 - 479 pages - Preview
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A-Z of modern America - Page 248

Alicia Duchak - 1999 - 405 pages - Preview
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First nations? Second thoughts - Page 21

Thomas Flanagan - 2000 - 245 pages - Preview
Only someone born in the United States can be elected president, and it has been suggested in both the United States ... after acquiring citizenship, which would create a legal distinction between natural-born and naturalized citizens. ...books.google.com - More editions

Our United States Government - Page 118

Clairece Feagin - 1990 - 189 pages - Preview
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The Presidency of the United States - Page 8

David Heath - 1999 - 48 pages - Preview

Problems of American democracy - Page 462

The Constitution states the qualifications needed to be president. The president must be at least 35 years old. ... Natural-born citizens are people born in the United States. People born in other countries to parents who are US ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼

Understanding the Constitution - Page 56

Constantinos E. Scaros - 2010 - 477 pages - Preview
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World Book, Inc - 2001 - 192 pages - Snippet view
The Constitution establishes only three qualifications for a president. A president must (1 ) be at least 35 years old, (2) have lived in ... Authorities assume the term applies to citizens born in the United States and its territories. ...books.google.com - More editions - Add to My Library▼ - In My Library: Change▼


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