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Criteria Of Becoming The President Essay

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Criterion and Class of Becoming the President of the United State It appeared that the only thing in common that Roosevelt, Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush Sr., Clinton, and Bush Jr. was that they were all president of the United State. Nonetheless, were they fully qualified to run this nation. In examining the six criteria used by Greenstein the answer will be no. While some president surpassed in public communication others lacked in organizational capacity, political skill, vision, cognitive style, and emotional intelligence. Not one of the president were qualified to do a supreme work, because what one president lacked in, another president succeeded in, but some did come close in improving our…show more content…
"I know of only one way in which you can be sure you have done your best to make a wise decision," he declared in a 1967 interview: That is to get all of the [responsible policymakers] with their different viewpoints in front of you, and listen to them debate. I do not believe in bringing them in one at a time, and therefore being more impressed by the most recent one you hear than the earliest ones. You must get courageous men of strong views, and let them debate with each other.” Eisenhower greatest accomplishment was his foreign policy. He believed in planning or the possibility of an event occurrence. After some debate, Eisenhower accomplished this with the assistance of the National Security Council. To qualification for a job a person must possess accomplishment to be able to do the Work. Per Greenstein of his six criteria neither Roosevelt, Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush Sr., Clinton, nor Bush Jr. came close to have met any of the criteria. Eisenhower was the only president to come closed, like Greenstein put it that he had by far the best with organizational skill from the list above of presidents of the United
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