Born in Brazil, Ind., on Feb. 14, 1913, Jimmy grew up fast when his coal miner father died from lung disease in 1920. His mother took in laundry to keep the family together and the children also helped with after school jobs. Hoffa later described his mother lovingly as a frontier type woman "who believed that Duty and Discipline were spelled with capital D's."
Joe Clark is to be commended for his strength in spite of the politics and odds that he had to face.
Ronald Reagan was born in Tampico, Illinois. In a family of 3 boys he was the youngest. His father was a traveling shoe salesman. Reagan's mother taught Reagan how to read at an early age, which heavily influenced him positively. Most of Reagan's childhood was spent in Dixon, Illinois.
Ronald Reagan was born on January 9, 1911 in Tampico, Illinois to Nelle and John”Jack” Reagan. He grew up in a humble, impoverished family which later was influential when he had to be president. He had one brother named Neil Reagan and they were very close like Scout in To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee to her brother Jem. Ronald Reagan attended high school in Dixon, Illinois and later graduated and attended Eureka College. At Eureka College, he studied economics and sociology. When he graduated from Eureka College he became a sports radio announcer, and in 1937 a screen test got him a contract to be an actor in Hollywood.
Thomas Jefferson is also an inspiration to me, because he was still a young man when he entered politics. His opposition to the world’s most powerful nation at the time reminds me that
Thomas Foerester is someone that we all hope to aspire to be. He was not only a great politician, but he was also a great person all around as he lent a hand to those who were around in whether they were in need or not. His childhood during the Great Depression greatly molded his behavior as he watched his parents lend their efforts to helping those that were less fortunate. Having a common sense approach kept him grounded with the people that he served and made his policies easier to follow because everyone felt as though they were on the same team. Allegheny County greatly benefitted from the leadership of Mr. Foerester.
Thomas Foerster is someone that we all hope to aspire to be. He was not only a great politician, but he was also a great person all around as he lent a hand to those who were around whether they were in need or not. His childhood during the Great Depression greatly molded his behavior as he watched his parents lend their efforts to helping those that were less fortunate. Having a common sense approach kept him grounded with the people that he served and made his policies easier to follow because everyone felt as though they were on the same team. Allegheny County greatly benefitted from the leadership of Mr. Foerster.
William pike is an amazing role model and leader. He creates an infectious encouragement towards everyone
Growing up wasn’t easy, especially when you lived only five minutes away from New York City and you’re a teenage girl starting on her journey into high school. Nonetheless with the force of the Divine 9, my life was about to change whether I wanted it to or not. Without sororities and fraternities, I wouldn’t be a well-rounded, sophisticated and respectful woman I am today. These men and women made an impact on me that I would never forget. From the yard stroll to the community work, the blood, sweat, tears and love of these men and woman is an inspiration to all. With their kind words, love and influential knowledge which have brought out the best out of me. I can gladly say their love and support has saved my life in many ways.
Netaji is a name that is loved and hated all throughout India. Some say he was a hero, though many disagree. His legacy is so controversial that as of today the Indian Congress is still hiding secret files about him. Netaji was a freedom fighter for his mother nation, India, while it was ruled by the British. The freedom fighters, like Gandhi and Nehru, were known for their efforts to stand up for their rights as Indians, and taking upon themselves the responsibility of making India a strong, free nation. At times, they would sacrifice their lives to get one step closer to their dream of a free India. Subhash Chandra Bose, or Netaji was one of these people, ready to do anything for the sake of freedom. Eventually, he did everything he could. Though many people may think Netaji went too far in his effort to liberate India, his legacy demonstrates rights and responsibilities because he did whatever he could to stand up for his rights and responsibilities as an Indian.