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The Princeton professor devised a method to evaluate presidential performance according to six key qualities.

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A onetime sideman to Bo Diddley and Howlin’ Wolf, Mr. Williams resumed a music career after a 30-year absence.

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In 1985, near the end of his term, he faced a guerrilla assault on the Palace of Justice and a volcanic eruption that killed 25,000 people.

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