SOURCE: PBS News Hour
Beverly Gage of Yale University explains how presidential transitions have tested the nation in the past.
by Sara Georgini
John Adams handed over power to Thomas Jefferson in 1801, but his actions demonstrated that power truly remained in the hands of the people.
SOURCE: Washington Post
"Since 1937, Election Day and Inauguration Day have been about 75 days apart — not much time to set up a new administration, but plenty of time for things to go wrong."
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