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Bennett, Charles Edward Sr.

Born: 1910 AD
Died: 2003 AD
Nationality: American
Categories: Politician

1910 – Born on the 10th of December in Canton, New York.

1949-1993 – A Member of the United States House of Representatives from Florida.

1951 – He began proposing a code of ethics for government employees, nicknamed The Ten Commandments.

1954 – Sponsored the bill that added the words In God We Trust to both the nation’s coins and currency.

1979-1981 – He was Chairman of House Ethics Committee.

2003 – Bennett died on 6th of September in Jacksonville and is buried at Arlington National Cemetery.

       – The Charles E. Bennett Federal Building is named after him.