Washington was a successful leader because he promoted democracy, led the country through the revolutionary war, and achieved most of the goals which he had promised the people.
In this regard, the founders of the American nation were simply hypocrites who never had the interests of the poor and Africans at heart.
His reflection of Americans confidence and liberty was portrayed as early as when he was captured by the British soldiers and refused to clean the boots of their officer.
The assassination of Abraham Lincoln is one of the most significant events in the history of the United States. C, and was one of the most shocking events of the era, resulting in a long [...]
The new deal was thus a defining moment for Roosevelt to transform the politics of the era, and his acceptance speech tells a lot about his approach to the issues of the day.
Accepting the position of the President of the United States on March 4, 1933, Franklin Roosevelt in his speech promised to apply the most vigorous measures to combat the crisis.
The election of 1828 that saw Jackson ascend to power as the U.S.president remains critical in the political history of the United States of America.
This fact, alongside Obama's ambitious nature and his investment in the progress of American prosperity, is the reason why he is sometimes referred to as "the Reagan of the Left".
The main goal of this paper is to analyze Reagan's era to identify episodes that highlight his incompetence to exercise the power of being president Various specialists highlight that the period of Ronald Reagan's presidency [...]
The Revolutionary War and the brutality of the British army during that conflict forced Franklin to change his opinion of the country and English people as a whole.
He hoped to share his fame and reach the mind of the general public in this way. As a result of the debates, Lincoln's name and his position became known to the wide population even [...]
It is true that James Madison is most noted for his draft of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, as well as the Federalist Papers in support of it.
Irrespective of this criticism and even disappointment, it is possible to note that the presidency of Barak Obama is an important milestone that can eventually lead to the era of true racial justice in the [...]
Wilson's 14 points were a set of principles proposed by President Woodrow to end the First World War and to mitigate the recurrence of similar wars in the future.
His administration left a lasting mark on the history of the American people because of the way he handled the two largest threats to the world's stability namely the Second World War and the Great [...]
Johnson and Reagan used similar reasoning lines, emphasized the need to realize the dream of the Founding Fathers, and used strong arguments and language mean to persuade their audiences.
The relative rise of conservatism in the XX century United States began around 1950s, and continued through 1970s, at that time the movement was marked by the general diligence, as well as the beginning of [...]
The problem of gay and lesbian rights appeared to be rather challenging and disruptive to the society. They include hippies and other social layers that were not eager to change things while others were trying [...]
A detailed explanation of this last statement from a deeper perspective helps in determining how race impacts the views of voters and people of American society and how Obama directed and structured his campaign to [...]
Monroe emphasizes the independent position of the United States regarding the political ambitions of the European powers. John Calhoun's "A Disquisition of Government" of 1845 addresses the subject of community, distinguishing between two types of [...]
The election of Thomas Jefferson served as a pivotal point in the contemporary history of the world. Jefferson did not completely dismiss the virtues and strengths of a federal government, which was later proven during [...]
These challenges have to be met in a way that benefits the nation. No public servant should be unfaithful to his duties and should always have the interest of the people in mind.
Roosevelt was the 32nd president of the United States of America. Roosevelt was involved in reviving the economy and the recover started immediately he was sworn in as the president of the United States.
From an in-depth analysis of his presidency and leadership the three events, it is worth noting that Washington was a visionary leader and a skilful individual whose patriotism, courage and dedication to the people and [...]
George Washington continued to warn the nation of the potential dangers that threaten public unity such as political ties with foreigners and division of states based on geographical discriminations.
Another of the flaws inherent in the 14 points was the fact that they were inherently dependent on the negotiating power of Wilson.
The general state of the economy was subject to criticism by a balanced budget and discipline in spending by the central government.
The political environment of the 1960s was characterized by calls of self-determination and self-preservation of states and governments around the world. However, all the assertions of the president in the speech are founded on the [...]
Grant was born in the Point Pleasant in the U. However, his plan was working in the military and later resigning after serving his tour of duty5.
Prior to the writing of this phrase, the right to life, liberty and pursuit of happiness were not acknowledged by the political systems of the day.
It is clear that the candidate is one of the leaders of the movement for the change supported by thousands of Americans.
Abraham Lincoln is remembered as the 16th President of the United States of America and the first president of the country ever to be murdered.
The United States of America has had a shameful racial history characterized by the discrimination of the non-white citizens in the country.
He was the seventh president of the United States and a core founder of the Democratic Party. The law supported for the resettlement of Native Americans on the west of Mississippi River in Indian Territory.
Economic growth as a result of Reagan's and Clinton's presidency can be seen as one of the main reasons to consider both presidents effective leaders.
The brief analyses has shown major characteristics of the speech and it is easy to understand what it means for me and why.
As one of the founding fathers of the US and the third president of the post independence America, Thomas Jefferson is attributed with several achievements which permanently changed the history of the US in a [...]
He also implemented an act on National Banking, which led to the establishment of a common currency in the nation and allowed for the development of a union of all the banks in the nation.
Payne, on the other hand, was born in the year 1922 in Wichita, Kansas and she died 86 years later on November 3, 2008 in Honolulu, Hawaii.
In addition to his leading role as a peace and desegregation crusader, prior to his election as the 34th American president and even after his rise to the top seat, Eisenhower was a well known [...]
Therefore, the autobiography is a blend of facts about Franklin's life, as well as his achievements, and the memories of his interactions with a lot of people who had the greatest impact of the development [...]
It is only through humble submission as evidenced by the willingness to listen to the admonition and suggestions of a superior that the qualities of a good leader can be established in the person's heart [...]
During the battle of the Tennessee troops and the Creeks in 1812, Jackson was the commanding officer and he helped in delivering victory to the Tennessee troops.
S and the Soviet Union, therefore this paper is going to focus on this and bring out the reasons behind the arms race.
His alleged authorship of the Pulitzer Prize winning book, Profiles in Courage, cannot be ascertained, and many critics and historians agree that his participation in the actual writing and research of the content of the [...]
The Hermitage is a historic landmark and museum that mirrors the life history of Andrew Jackson and the history of the United States. Thus, the hermitage is a historic site that reminds Americans of a [...]
As examined in this paper, the style, beliefs and derivatives of a presidential character are important aspects to study since they influence a president's growth in power, actions and decision making as well as creation [...]
In his view, Roosevelt was convinced that a good nation must be able to pass its resources to the future generation increased and not depleted.
Kennedy as the 35th president of the United States is an important figure in the history of the country. The title of the book is self explanatory, showing the author's position as to the president's [...]
In 1776, he was preferred to outline the Declaration of Independence owing to his pose in the Continental Congress, which has been unanimously considered as a bond of the US and international autonomies.
President Nixon subsequently nominated him to the post of US ambassador to the UN, and his subsequent unanimous confirmation by the Senate was testament to the bi-partisan appeal that he radiated as a politician.
He brought in the support and vote for the Christian Conservatives, and his father was elected as the 41st president of America.
Jefferson, while a member of the committee mandated to draft a declaration of independence, was selected by the committee to write the draft which he did and was later adopted.
In his notes on the state of Virginia he attacked slavery and thought that it was duty of the state and society to release slaves.