The Nation was greatly changed by one President that will always be remembered: Richard Nixon. He was a respected President but made some bad decisions during his presidency. He is not the only President that made bad decisions. Every President did, but his decisions changed the way people view the next future ruler and the way people look at politics. Richard Nixon established connections with China and the Soviet Union, but he will always be known for his mistakes during the Vietnam War and the Watergate Scandal.
In general I would say Richard Nixon was a fairly decent president. During a time where there were many protests amongst the American public (especially the youth) against the troops in Vietnam, Nixon was able to pull the troops out of the war. Nixon also reduced the tensions with the Soviet Union, and helped China join the United Nations. He also helped decrease the amount of racial discrimination by segregating schools in the south. It is a shame though, that those achievements of his are not acknowledged because of the Watergate Scandal.
Before he was president, George Washington crossed the Delaware in the middle of the night to attack the British army even though his troops were tired, cold, and starving. In the end, George Washington’s men won the battle because of the decision made by their virtuous, devoted General. When it came to determining who would be the leader in this new country, he George Washington was the best option because he proved himself a good leader. George Washington did not adhere to his troops wishes, but pressed on in the fight because it was what was best for the country. In other words, presidents are not obligated to follow public opinion, two reasons for this being: presidents are not directly elected by the people and doing so could be a danger to society.
George Washington was the strongest president this country has ever seen. The effects of his leadership still affects the country to this day. George Washington set very high standards for all the future presidents to follow him. He was so humble that he limited himself to two terms in office, he also was able to lead this country to victory in the revolutionary war, and lastly he also was able to lead the country when it needed him most during its infancy, this is why he was the strongest president the country has ever seen. George Washington's famous policy of only serving two terms as president set the standard for almost every president to follow him.
Frankly, this is still happening – even after the president was inaugurated. The people of America are very skilled in assuming the worst of each other and doubting one another for not believing in the same things. Frankly, this is the American
During his campaign he used manipulation to become president. His claims differed drastically from the actions he is taking now as President. Ethos or authority is not a credible source just because you are president and claim you will build a wall, get rid of obamacare,
Without his wise decisions when war was involved, this may have never happened, thus putting a large block on Manifest Destiny, something very important to the American people. James Taylor on Miller Center even said, “Seen in this light, Adams's legacy is one of reason, moral leadership, the rule of law, compassion, and a cautious but active foreign policy that aimed both at securing the national interest and achieving an honorable peace.” So in conclusion, John Adams was an amazing president who had absolutely fulfilled his job
The next U.S. President also needs to be trustworthy. He or she will be in control of the country, and the citizens must be able to trust that he or she will make the right choices while in office. The next quality that I think is important is commitment. The president must be extremely committed to his or her job and be completely focused on the country
Bill Clinton was also an American politician who had served as the 42nd President of the United States. He had served his time from 1993 to 2001 and throughout his time in office, he had both aided yet negatively impacted the United States, which can be seen through many acts and bills he had signed, both domestic and foreign. Domestic accomplishments of President Clinton firstly included cutting the tax, similar to what Reagan had done. Clinton had signed the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act, cutting taxes for millions of low-income families. He had also cut tax for almost 100% of small businesses and raised the tax on the wealthiest taxpayers.
Over a period of 240 years there has been 44 presidents and the U.S has had both good times and bad times and that all depended on who was running the country and what choices they made when it came to crisis and many other difficulties. John Adams was born on October 30, 1735 in Quincy Massachusetts. He studied at Harvard and received his Undergraduate and Master 's degrees. After receiving his degrees he became a faithful lawyer and was chosen to help draft the Declaration of Independence in the year of 1774 while also serving on the first Continental Congress. In the year 1797 he was elected as President and served until the year 1801 and is one of the United States Founding Fathers.
The official stopped. "What's wrong?” (Pg. 8) Discussion: The cause of his mistake made a huge effect in the future that has changed who won the presidential election which will probably cause a lot of bad things to happen since someone else was supposed to win
Think about all seven billion people in the world today and what do we have in common? No matter who the person is, they will make mistakes throughout their life. Yes, even future presidents make them too. Certain candidates are known for repeatedly being caught using logical fallacies. During the Democratic Debate, Hillary Clinton used two kinds of fallacies.