Franklin Delano Roosevelt was loathed by some and yet loved by so many. Becoming one of the most beloved presidents in U.S. history for the four terms he was in office. His unusual charm and optimism that he communicated through the confidence of others is what people easily remembered him by. He often brought a confidence and a smile in to any room he entered and yet never underestimated his own responsibilities to specific situations that needed his undivided attention. Those actions alone helped sustained the nation through some of it’s darker times such as the Great Depression and World War II.
Thomas grew up with intelligence and loved education. Once he was an adult, Thomas inherited his father’s estate. Three years later married Martha Wayles Skelton. Thomas loved his wife and the life he had with her very much. Martha died about ten years after marrying Thomas.
His debt had mounted and while waiting for money Congress owed him, on July 4, 1831, James Monroe died, bankrupt (Damon 95). James Monroe was an excellent president and loved by all people. His main focus to help our country succeed as a nation together, kept us unified and strong. Although there were bad times, his success made up for those. He made a great impact in our history as a nation.
Nixon could have quit, but he didn't and pulled through and lived his life one step at a time, broken and angered. The most important thing is that he kept strong and mentally stable at all times, which made him the great politician he was.
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George Washington and Ronald Reagan, though from completely different times, demonstrated great strength, integrity, and wisdom throughout their lives and careers. President Washington helped form this great country and stood for freedom and was willing to die for it. President Reagan helped rebuild America and stood up against the Soviet Union and Communism. Both Presidents left their mark on the United States and ended their presidency with similar, yet very different farewell speeches. These speeches were the last addresses the presidents gave in office, and they spoke with incredible wisdom intending to leave America in good hands.
Unlike most kings his takeover of the kingdom did not come from heredity directly but because of the people's choice, and for the people he continues to fight for, even until death. Because of his bravery, his leadership, and his commitment this encouraged the movement from hero to a king. Each king through out the story was known for their good works among the people and all of the battles that they have accomplished. "So. The Spear-Danes in days gone by and the kings who ruled them had courage and greatness.
He never gave up on what he loved doing and that is why he became one of the greatest presidents ever. Abraham Lincoln overcame loss by working hard, finding hope, and paying off his debts. Abraham wouldn’t have made it anywhere without working hard from day one. Lincoln’s family did not have much money and he was needed at the cabin for work. This did not stop him from learning new things because he knew an education was the key to having a successful life.
His wife was very supportive of all of his decisions. When becoming a president you have a lot of shoes to fill, a lot of people to worry about, and a lot of things to look over. It takes a strong man or woman to do so. Even through the 11 hard times Truman didn’t give up, he won the re-election even when no one thought he was going to. It takes dedication do so these things and Truman had a lot of that.
George W. Bush was born in New Haven, Connecticut on July 6, 1946. Just like other presidents, he had his good times and his bad times. He was the forty-third president of The United States. Because of those who had preceded him in The Oval Office, he understood the importance of being the Commander in Chief. In all of the events that happened during his presidency he never gave up on his country (Biography; Gale: Vol 21).