Abraham Lincoln left behind a legacy that would be forever be remembered, looked, and reflected upon. His legacy had help shape the American people into whom we are today and that was an important thing he did even if it caused him his life. The legacy of freeing slaves, saving the Union and helping our country was important, because without it we would have been an unhappy country filled with Caius. Lincoln was an honesty person and he had great character and leadership skills that he gained as a lawyer, which helped him in the struggle of helping our nation, when he was the president. Abraham Lincoln’s honesty may have been called into question when Bradford stated that his actions were really unnecessary and he hid that in his biblical talk and believes when in reality he was actually do what he though was best for the county.
Roosevelt was a president of stature. These early measures displayed Roosevelt's strengths and weaknesses as an economic thinker. On the one hand, he showed that he was flexible, that he would act, and that he would use all his executive powers to secure congressional cooperation. Frequent press conferences, speeches, and fireside chats--and the extraordinary charisma that he displayed on all occasions--instilled a measure of confidence in the people and halted the terrifying slide of 1932 and 1933. These were important achievements that brought him and his party the gratitude of millions of Americans.
Franklin D. Roosevelt: An Influential Leader Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) was a man of unusual charm and great optimism, which he was able to communicate to others. He had a broad smile and was a charismatic optimist whose confidence helped sustain the nation through its darkest moments during crisis like the Great Depression and World War II. He became one of the most beloved of U.S. presidents for four terms in office. But beneath his outward friendliness was an inner reserve and an iron will. His admirers emphasized the way in which he met the nation's problems.
Looking back, I think that Franklin D. Roosevelt may have been one of the most dedicated politicians of all time even with a disease that crippled him. Despite his scandals and shortcomings, he is known for his ability to command a crowd. In his 1961 inaugural address, he kept the audience captivated, saying, “My fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country.” A kind and friendly disposition goes a long way for even the toughest of critics. Roosevelt died bearing the weight of the country and before he could enact his best gift, The Second Bill of Rights. I also think that my favorite President was George Washington.
Ronald Reagan was a true hero to many Americans. He was a strong president who cared for this country dearly, and Reagan really proved this by his actions during his presidency. He also proved his love for country by serving in the U.S Army during World War II. Ronald Reagan also came through as a hero by fixing the American Economy that was heading for disaster just like today’s. If you can reflect on what he had accomplished throughout his administration you can clearly see why he was a popular two term president.
Inversely, the nation reveres the heroes who answer the clarion call of leadership when we face hardship or peril. Since the birth of our republic, men were always there to lead the country to extraordinary victories in times of the most trying adversities. Likewise, when the nation was afflicted with thieves, crooks, liars, and wannabe tyrants, good men were able to repair much of the damage inflicted by political scumbags and restore the country to reasonable health. The leftwing media and Democrats foisted Barack Obama upon America, promising a President to make Lincoln proud. As it turned out, we got a charlatan masterfully trained in the art of misdirection and deception by the words of Saul Alinsky and Karl Marx.
People trusted him to rejuvenate the country in a peaceful and courageous way -- standing up to intimidators, restoring order in mass chaos, aiding the weak and feeble, and guiding the nation to a glorious time filled with prosperity and joy. Though. his role in leading the nation was ended before his goals could be obtained, John F. Kennedy was one of the most influential presidents in American history in multiple aspects of politics and society, including foreign relations, racial discrepancies, and uniting not only the nation, but the world, through peace. Growing up in Brookline, Massachusetts with a wealthy Irish family consisting of a father, mother, and nine siblings, John Kennedy, the second oldest, was accustomed to a luxurious life. Regretfull, he was also riddled with sicknesses of multiple degrees, often pushing him near death.
These policies aided towards the ... ... middle of paper ... ...uly one of the greatest US Presidents ever to live. His skill in leading his nation earned him a worthy reputation as a man of integrity and virtue. He sacrificed his sleep, peace of mind and much of his happiness to see the United States through. His humble background only made him more of a representation of the possibilities of the United States and increased his popularity with the people of the Unites States, driving toward a greater nation. President Abraham Lincoln, with all his skill, led the United States through one of the most difficult times in United States history, and not only bringing survival to the nation but created an even better place, improving the Constitution and starting the United States on its road to greatness.
This was also shown through his flood of social welfare programs on the middle/lower class working America. On top of all that, Wilson’s “New Freedom,” later turning into Roosevelt’s “New Nationalism,” helped to deteriorate unfair systems in the U.S. (New Freedom) and then to build positive ones later on (New Nationalism). Wilson carried the United States with their chins up high through this crucial time right before the U.S. actually entered the war. And the mere stability that the working class Americans felt through Wilson’s plans was so crucial to the country at the time. And Wilson did just that.
During his presidency, Roosevelt led the United States through the worst crises of the century, The Great Depression and World War II (Britannica School). Roosevelt was very likable and many of people thought of him as a father figure(Burns). Before he was elected into office, Roosevelt was diagnosed with polio and was the first president with a major disability. Roosevelt was also the first president to use technology to give speeches. The speeches he gave were over the radio and called Fireside Chats.