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Thomas Jefferson was born on April 13, 1743, at Shadwell plantation in western Virginia, he’s a notable architect granted that he is really famous for being the president, and one of America’s foundering fathers. Thomas received credit for his successful life but some may not know how he became a success. Jefferson’s father contributed to Thomas’s success because his father had enough money to put him through school to get a good education. Jefferson looked to his teachers for help since his father died when Thomas was four-teen. Starting from age six, he goes through the whole schooling process which involves high school and college; then he continues on to write the declaration of independence, become the governor of Virginia, travel to France, and become president granting him the ability to be a successful individual.
Moreover, although faced with various trials throughout his youth and presidency, Roosevelt rekindled hope and confidence in Americans during Great Depression, guided the United States to victory during World War II, and created many policies and groups that changed American politics and are still beneficial today. Franklin Delano Roosevelt was born to aristocrats, James and Sara Delano Roosevelt on January 30, 1882 (Encyclopedia Britannica). Early on, his parents trained him in the good values of gentlemen and taught him about his significant lineage and important relatives like his cousin, Theodore Roosevelt, who would eventually lead him into politics. Ironically, at five when Franklin Roosevelt met President Grover Cleveland, Cleveland told him that he hoped for young Franklin to never become president (Hakim, 92-93). Little did President Cleveland know that FDR would become one most notable US president in history.
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John Maynard Keynes was born in Cambridge, the oldest son of John Neville Keynes and Florance Ada Keynes. The lineage of these two people is very impressive, as are the people themselves. At the time of his son's birth, John Neville Keynes was a lecturer of political economy at Cambridge and eventually went on to become the university's chief administrative official. Florance Ada was a graduate of Newnham college in Cambridge and a pioneer of social work for the city. She... ... middle of paper ... ... to maintaining high levels of employment.