Andrew Jackson was said to be one of the democratic president to have good and bad choices during his term. Andrew Jackson made history for being the first democratic president. People thought that his choices were very bad for the country. Others thought that Andrew Jackson’s choices help to make the country greater and more better. Andrew Jackson was chosen for president for the smart decisions he made during the war.
As a civic duty, progressives such as W.E.B Du Bois fought against the racial injustice in America as well as establish a new order to create a more virtuous society. As the movement continued, reformers accomplished various improvements to innovate social and economic methods. Robert F. La Follette developed a fierce opposition toward capitalist power in his youth. He could not stand for the idea of corruption in politics, so from early on in his career he was challenging the norm and seeking to expose corruption. As an American politician, La Follette was a Republican but quickly transitioned into a progressive once a Wisconsin Republican boss
Andrew Jackson supported states rights and the expansion of slavery to the West. He also had a role in the forced relocation of the Native Americans West of the Mississippi River. Some people would consider Andrew Jackson to be a great president because he did things like revolutionizing presidential campaigning. He also used the power to veto bills that he saw unfit. Some people would say that Andrew Jackson was a terrible president because he made the Indians move and he abused the power to veto to try and take more control over congress.
He was famous as the "Great Pacificator" for his contributions to domestic policy and his emphasis on economic development in his diplomacy. He was a nationalist, devoted to the economic development and political integration of the United States. Most importantly, by 1836, he was an important figure in starting the Whig Party, the second official political party in the country. Such parties were seen as important parts in mass democracy. As mentioned previously, Clay's policies were based on economic development, so this was in favor of people who opposed the policies of the democratic party led by Andrew Jackson.
He helped the United States of America became united during the civil war, he also ended slavery, and lastly, he chose to lead his country into a better place and took the consequence of which is death. Lincoln was a heroic president, he fought for the slaves’ freedom and he led the American through the Civil War and encouraged the Congress to pass out the Thirteenth Amendment in which outlawed slavery in America; He is a hero and his achievements still positively affect us in current days. Did you know how terrible would it be if our country, The United States of America is split into half and would not be called the United States of America but one will be The States of Union and the other will be The State of Confederacy? Lincoln was the hero to stop the Southern part of America from separating from U.S., Lincoln and the Congressman made an army called “Union” which fought in the Civil War between the Northern and the Southern states of America. During the Civil War, our nation
President Thomas Jefferson is one of the best presidents. He is known as the Founding Father for the Declaration of Independence he helped write. Thomas Jefferson was a very popular man as soon as he became President. He lowered taxes, and he tried to reduce the federal budget. The Louisiana Purchase posed several significant moral dilemmas for President Thomas Jefferson.
The purpose of In Support of an American Empire Speech is to convince his senators to endorse U.S. imperialism. Beveridge has extremely ethnocentric viewpoint and throughout the address he calls the Filipino people children and savages. He believes that its Americas divine duty to bring the benefits of civilization to the world saying, “We will not renounce our part in the mission of our race, trustee, under God, of the civilization of the world” (In Support of an American Empire Speech, Beveridge). Being the Senator of Indiana and a Republican pushing imperialism he is not only well known but also not a neutral party. The author leaves out all that is anti-imperialism due to morals, as he states that self government is not a necessary component of civilization and says to the Senate“and treasure already spent a profitable loss than to apply any academic arrangement of self-government to these children.
Abraham Lincoln was known for his anti- slavery views and did not let that go unnoticed in his campaign. During his campaign however, republicans made an effort to persuade voters they were more than just an anti- slavery party. They supported higher tariffs, a new homestead law for western settlers, and a transcontinental railroad. (Appleby 304) In the end Lincoln won the Election due to a split in the Democratic Party. The presidential win of a republican signified a victory for the abolitionists.
He loved being around aggressive people; furthermore, he loved wars, having been a hero in the Spanish-American War. In politics, though, Roosevelt believed in fair treatment for all. He was especially against terrible labor conditions. As a New York governor, Roosevelt worked hard for the rights of laborers. When Roosevelt became president in 1901, he continued to strive for the rights of laborers.
The author believes that George Washington should be ranked as the best president in American history and that he attained his power through his readiness to give it up. He also believes that Washington was a classical hero because of his moral character and that the first president’s most significant achievement was his voluntary abandonment of power. Wood argues that George Washington possessed moral characteristics that set him apart and made a better American president. However, no specific evidence is provided comparing the president's achievements and Wood makes no strong arguments as to why the actions of Washington were more important than presidents who abolished slavery our recovered America from the Great Depression. Also, the source for much of the