I feel that he very clearly organized and outlined his campaign and was the most well received candidate by the American people. Before all of the scheduled debates, Mr. Bush was clearly outlined as the under dog when compared to the other candidates. Yet when the debates were complete, Mr.... ... middle of paper ... ... and every goal that he sets for himself. He has been successful in politics but not only in that forum. He has a successful marriage, a feat that should not be overlooked in today's society, two wonderful children and a business and financial career that is second to few.
Andrew Jackson was the 7th President of the United States of America. Serving from 1829-1837, he was nothing less than a hero. He was a brilliant and efficient leader, a war veteran, and most of all; he was a champion for the common man. Coming from a humble background, he quickly won the hearts of the people. Above all, his actions as president began a new age in American politics.
James k. Polk was definitely one of the strongest and most successful Presidents in U.S history. He will be, without a doubt, remembered as one of greatest Presidents in U.S history.
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.
Franklin’s constant achievements through his childhood, adult hood, and his involvement in politics are truly what lead him and an entire nation to success. Franklin started life as a wealthy, but fairly normal young man. He was born on January 30th 1882 in Hyde Park NY (A Biography of Franklin). Born as an only child Franklin was raised with only the best of the best (A Biography of Franklin).His parents James and Sara Roosevelt made many powerful relatives that Franklin would utilize later in life. Through both of their families Franklin was related to eleven other U.S. presidents (Norris David A.).
Andrew Jackson Andrew Jackson was one of the most important figures in American history. Andrew Jackson was the 7th president of the United States of America, and served two presidencies. He was a man with a deep caring and appreciation for his family. Jackson among other things was a very successful businessman, lawyer, politician, and general. It was said that Andrew Jackson “brought the same determination and strength of character he showed on the battlefield to his presidency.” Andrew Jackson like many people at the time started from humble struggling beginnings.
A presidents persona and character are determining factors of a president's policies and ideas. Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt was one of the greatest, most influential presidents that there ever was. Theodore Roosevelt made America a stronger and more powerful nation due to all of his careers and achievements in his life. Theodore Roosevelt was born on October 27 1858 in Manhattan, New York. His parents were Theodore Roosevelt Sr. and Martha Bulloch Roosevelt.
He won the first elections in his political career at the early forties. He was el... ... middle of paper ... ...than Julius Caesar. The two leaders were very good and powerful leaders of their time and place; it is just Alexander the Great’s rule that stands out the most as being more successful. Works Cited "Alexander the Great – the Greatest Leader of All Time?" Military History Monthly.
So there are lots of things that FDR did to help the recovery. He was also the first President of his time to reach out to the people the way that he did. Thus making him one of the most influential president America has ever had.
Rockefellers use of revolutionary ideas helped to improve American industrialism. Rockefeller had always been a philanthropist, even at a young age. He gave over 500 million dollars to the Baptist church, education, and medical research. Rockefeller single handily built the oil industry in the United States and was the most influential man in the history of American business. Throughout his entire life, Rockefeller was always in the business world.