He dodged outlawing and pirates, changed the calendar and the army, and conquered the area of modern France, and much more in his six years at rule. However, Alexander the Great also held the major three components, and his achievements show that he attempted to adopt democracy. He was considered to have been the foundation of western civilization. Both leaders were betrayed, however Alexander was more betrayed for his good deeds than for his huge weaknesses unlike Caesar. Both leaders are good and influential leaders from their time, but it is Alexander the Great that is better.
This created a rift in the administration, for Washington generally favored Hamiliton (Smelser & Gundersen, 1975), and disregarded Adams (Ferling, 1992). Hamilton also went to great lengths to drive Jefferson out of the cabinet (Allison, 1966). Jefferson did finally, indeed, resign from the cabinet. The Federalists “party,” of which Hamiliton w... ... middle of paper ... ...larity in the latter part of his term. It should also be pointed out that though the Sedition Act was anti-democratic in practice, Thomas Jefferson, who defeated Adams, used it against the Federalists in 1803 (People v. Croswell) and indicted a publisher (DeCarolis, 1995).
He was also the first President who didn’t experience the American Revolution firsthand, and he was the only President not to have spoken English as a first language being of Dutch descent. His nickname was “Old Kinderhook”. Before his Presidency he served as the eighth Vice President (1833-1837) and the tenth Secretary of State under President Andrew Jackson. Van Buren was the key organizer of the Democratic Party, and he was a dominant figure in the Second Party System. He was the first of a series of eight Presidents, between Andrew Jackson and Abraham Lincoln who served one term or less.