James Buchanan | United States President | Pride T-Shirt
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The unisex heavy cotton tee is the basic staple of any wardrobe. It is the foundation upon which casual fashion grows. The specialty spun fibers provide a smooth surface for premium printing vividity and sharpness. No side seams mean there are no itchy interruptions under the arms. The shoulders have tape for improved durability.
.: 100% cotton (fiber content may vary for different colors) .: Medium fabric (5.3 oz/yd² (180 g/m²)) .: Classic fit .: Tear-away label .: Runs true to size
James Buchanan Jr. (April 23, 1791 – June 1, 1868) was the 15th president of the United States (1857–1861), serving before the American Civil War. A member of the Democratic Party, he served as the United States Secretary of State and in both houses of Congress before becoming president.
The argument for King's homosexuality has been put forward by biographer Jean Baker, supported by Shelley Ross, James W. Loewen, and Robert P. Watson. It focuses essentially on his close and intimate relationship with President James Buchanan. The two men lived together for 13 years, from 1840 until King died in 1853. Buchanan referred to the relationship as a "communion," and the two often attended official functions together. Contemporaries also noted and commented upon the unusual closeness. Andrew Jackson mockingly called them "Miss Nancy" and "Aunt Fancy" (the former being a 19th-century euphemism for an effeminate man), while Aaron V. Brown referred to King as Buchanan's "better half." However, Lewis Saum has argued that "…Customs and expressions were different in the mid-1800s than they are today... "Miss Nancy" was "a fairly common designation for people who wore clean clothes and had good manners"; and noted that Aaron Brown was a political enemy of King.