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  • Presidents of The United States

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    In order to accurately provide examples of United States Presidents fulfilling their role as Commander-in-Chief, one must first lay the groundwork. According to a commander-in-Chief is defined as, “ The supreme commander of the armed forces of a nation or, sometimes, of several allied nations: The president is the Commander in Chief of the U.S. Army, Navy, and Air force.”( The President of the United States is in charge of roughly 1.46 million people who are considered

  • The President of the United States of America

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    The President of the United States of America, which was established by the U.S. Constitution in 1787, is the head of state and head of U.S. government. The president is also the Commander in chief of Armed Forces of the United States. The president must be a thirty five year-old and natural-born U.S. citizen who has been a permanent resident in the States at least fourteen years. The President of the United States is indirectly elected by the people through Electoral College every four years

  • Reflection On The President Of The United States

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    1.) While exploring the president 's roles in the nation during a lesson, I found a great interest in his specific jobs as commander-in- chief. I find it fascinating that one man has that much power over his followers. His influence reaches the minds and hearts of millions of people all over the world. I learned many new thing about the president of the United States like he has the power and control over the Army, Marines, Air Force, and the Navy. He is literally the “Commander- in- Chief” of all

  • Analysis of the United States President

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    This essay will focus on the analysis of the President through News article that show government egain at work, but first I must explain the authority of government granted by US constitution and court case engal, then the structure of executive branch, starting with the president ending with the cabinet. Lastly I will give my analysis pertain to the current president. The Authority of government is derived from the US constitution in regards with the executive branch the authority comes from article

  • United States V. Nixon, President Of The United States

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    United States v. Nixon, President of the United States Throughout American history, the fear that our leaders may sometimes think themselves above the law has always been evident. The fear is that power brings corruptness. To prevent this, however, the system of checks and balances has been installed into the Constitution. No one branch of government stands above the law in this setup. This point was reasserted in the the Supreme Court case of 1974, United States v. Nixon. This case involved the

  • The Powers of the United States President

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    most powerful elected official in the United States the Presidency? The Office of the President started after the Revolutionary War. America’s Founding Fathers designed the political system so that it would not resemble a Parliament Government and especially to not have a King. Instead there would be an elected official to lead the Federal Government, enforce the laws and act as Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces. The White House was built for the President and his family to reside while he serves

  • Memorandum to the Future President of the United States

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    MEMORANDUM To: Future President of the United States RE: Advice for when you served in office INTRODUCTION As you may already know, being the President of the most powerful country in the world won’t be an easy task. It is one of the biggest and most important responsibility that you will undertake. As the president of the United States, you will be representing all the people of the nation as the Chief of State. The presidents has many plays many roles such as the Commander in Chief of the

  • Presidents of The United States: The Short List

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    the United States 32nd president and was known by the initials FDR. He is recorded to be the most cosmopolitan individual American to have entered the white house and the only president to have served for more than two terms. According to the Siena Research Institute survey conducted a year after taking office by a new president, Franklin D. Roosevelt for the last five surveys (1982, 1990, 1994, 2002, and 2010) has been ranked as the top chief executive of all the times that the United States has

  • President Clinton's Impacts on the United States

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    Have you impacted the United States like Bill Clinton has? Bill Clinton was born on August 19, 1946 in a small town of Arkansas. His father died before he was even born. He was not raised to be religious, but at a very young age he was attending church every Sunday morning alone. Growing up he had to see his stepfather’s abusive behavior towards both his mother and step-brother. When he was 17 years old and attending school he got an invitation to meet President John F. Kennedy at the White House

  • United States President John Tyler

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    John Tyler changed history in many ways. Tyler was the tenth president of the United States of America. He was the vice president under President William Henry Harrison. Tyler became president when Harrison died during his term as president. The Constitution states that the vice president will automatically become president if the president dies while in office. As a result of Harrison’s death, Tyler became the first unelected president. (Lisa DeMauro 18). Tyler also played an important role in