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William Henry Harrision only served as president for 31 days but he still sparked a constituional debate.
by Philip A. Mackowiak
Philip A. Mackowiak, emeritus Professor of Medicine, says the president’s symptoms match scarlet fever.
by James Robenalt
"My only problem with the way this was handled was that it seemed as if Ohioans and their presidents were once again being disrespected."
by JANE McHUGH and PHILIP A. MACKOWIAK
A new look at the evidence through the lens of modern epidemiology makes it far more likely that the real killer lurked elsewhere — in a fetid marsh not far from the White House.
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