He also... ... middle of paper ... ...ore I do agree with Phillip Shaw Paludan when he said that Abraham Lincoln was American’s greatest president. Lincoln did many things for America, things that no other president had done. He also gained many different titles no matter if they were good or bad or by whoever liked him or not. Sure people had their view about how he ran things and how he came up with new laws, but he was still great because he only did it for the good of the nation. Without the new amendments there would not have been peace or equality; we would probably still be at war with ourselves and our Union would have been divided.
The rights of the people are now equal. Any person, regardless of his race can do anything. MLK played a major part in today’s problem, and will have an impact on what is to come. Martin Luther King Jr. is a man who changed our country. His numerous accomplishments have changed our society for the better.
From George Washington to Winston Churchill, decades of strong and driving leaders have helped to make the world go round. These great leaders have been known to use and learn certain techniques such as servant leadership, consensus building, ethical choices, and the common good to become significant people that better the community. One may ask, why are leaders needed? Well, in today’s chaotic world, stability is necessary. Leadership is the stability needed that determines right from wrong and that makes decisions for everyone.
The current president and former president have/had their goals and wishes, and it has affected us all in some way or another. I believe if they've inspired someone or have fixed a problem, then they've been doing an impressive job with their roles and responsibility.
Lincoln suffered when he was a President. He had this pressure, criticism surrounding him. It is quite hard to work and do something in such environment, but he did not give up. Lincoln went directly to his goal and as we know succeeded. Even though during his term Lincoln was often criticized he is one of the most loved presidents in American history.
Throughout history every country has its ups and downs. There is not one country that is exactly perfect. The ups and downs throughout history are what shape and give the country their story. America has many cultures, sad moments, happy moments, and aggressive moments. These feelings all together create the great country, The United States of America.
Both George Washington and Abraham Lincoln were influential Presidents at crucial times in America’s History. They both held such a huge impact and wanted to do what was best for the nation and this is why they are remembered to this day and are heroes to many U.S. citizens. Even though this two Presidents shared many common goals and viewpoints, they were also different in many ways. Some of these differences include their life before office and the impact they held on America. On the contrary they also shared similarities.
Wilson helped to create many new amendments, policies and agencies. All of his idea's were strong and even though some of them did work out, they helped to created stepping-stones for the presidents that followed. Without Woodrow Wilson we may not be the country that we are today. Works Cited 1. Colleir's Encyclopedia, Vol.
LBJ showed presidential greatness through passing groundbreaking legislation and improving society, as we know it. With these efforts made by LBJ, our society has changed forever. His leadership along with his skills with legislation helped pass needed bills through quickly. He worked to improve the lives of so many people and to help our society work as one; and, working as one, we can live happier lives with a true sense of freedom. Kennedy’s motives may have started a great deal of the programs Johnson passed, but it took his great skills to get these measures passed in the legislative branch.
He changed the connection between government and Americans forever. After reviewing the countless trials and successes America has gone through, it is clear that she has been mis-guided and set back on track several times. With our system of democracy that has been molded and shaped over several periods, it is clear that America is a powerful nation that is continuing to grow. Each president, advisor and citizen has shown their love for this country and its people in so many ways, and by this they have changed the path of history forever. One individual can change history forever, Abraham Lincoln, John Wilkes Booth, Rosa Parks and even Margaret Sanger are all people that dramatically influenced the way America is today and the way it might have been had they not had dreams and morals that fueled them.