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Thomas R. Marshall

Thomas R. Marshall

Thomas Riley Marshall (North Manchester, Indiana; 14 de marzo de 1854-Washington D. C., 1 de junio de 1925) fue un político estadounidense y miembro del Partido Demócrata que alcanzó la vicepresidencia de los Estados Unidos bajo el mandato del Presidente Woodrow Wilson desde 1913 a 1921. Fue precedido en el cargo por James S. Sherman (republicano) y sucedido por Calvin Coolidge (republicano). Muere en Washington D. C. el 1 de junio de 1925.


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