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Cordell Hull
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Cordell Hull
Portrait of Cordell Hull

15th President of the Confederate States

Predecessor John N. Garner
Successor George Marshall
Vice President Dwight D. Eisenhower

14th Confederate States Secretary of State

Predecessor George Marshall
Born October 2, 1871
Olympus, Tennesse, CSA
Died July 23, 1955
Political Party Democrat
Profession Lawyer and Politician

Cordell Hull (October 2, 1871 - July 23, 1955) was the 15th Vice President of the Confederate States of America and the 15th President of the Confederate States of America .

Hull was the first president to be elected after the Great World War. As a former Secretary-of-State under President Long and Vice President under John N. Garner during the Great War, Hull's foreign policy experience helped him win a landslide victory in the 1945 Confederate Presidential election.

As president, Hull saw the United States elect its first African-American president, the formation of NATO, and the beginning of the Cold War with the USSR.

Domestically, he continued to pursue the social and economic reforms begun during the Long administration. He advocated for national health insurance, equal rights for African-Americans, and signed into law legislation that increased Social Security benefits, while presiding over. what was at the time, the largest economic growth in Confederate history.