George Washington. Abraham Lincoln. Martin Luther King Jr. When you hear these names, what do you think of? To many people, all of these men are heroes and have helped our beloved country become what it is today; Benedict Arnold should be right up there with them.
Washington knew a strong Constitution had to be in place, which is why he was responsible for the Constitutional Convention. The effects of his inaugural address and presidency really mattered, given he was the first of our many presidents. George Washington proved he truly cared for the American people and the country. He took charge and changed what had to be done, because his speech altered the government and society as we know it today; our Constitution, our executive and judicial branches, and our Supreme Court. While he did emphasize the need for a Constitution, he was not the only one responsible for it’s making.
“And will you succeed? Yes! You will, indeed!” (Dr.Seuss). The success of one of the most famous children’s book authors stems from quotes like these found in his books. He is Theodore Geisel, an amazing american author who has influenced our world.
Thomas Paine: Father of the American Revolution “History is to ascribe the American Revolution to Thomas Paine,” John Adams wrote in a letter to Thomas Jefferson in 1819. These powerful words indicate that Thomas Paine was the most influential founding father and contributed significantly to the development of America. He was the most integral founding father for the following reasons. First, Thomas Paine inspired the American Revolution through many writings such as Common Sense and his ideas in the Rights of Man which have impacted 21st century ideas in America. Second, through his writings he reached a mass audience and influenced many people.
Many people made their mark in the world, etching their names into history. Our 26th president, Theodore Roosevelt, is one of those people. Many people seem to appreciate his presidency the most in terms of his lifespan. However, throughout Theodore Roosevelt’s life, his earliest years are when he was in his prime because it built him into the man people love, he discovered what his passions truly were, and the other decades are worse by comparison. To begin, Theodore Roosevelt wasn’t always the man you see in the white house.
Oscar Wilde once said, “Society exists only as a mental concept; in the real world there are only individuals.” Throughout history and even today, there are so many people and contributions that helped shape the way American society is thought of today. George Washington is one of the most well-known American figures throughout history, therefore, he is taught to kids at a very young age. He did countless things to help America and its inhabitants. Washington was one of the many influential figures throughout time and led America to victory when it was fighting for its independence in the Revolutionary War. First of all, George Washington is one of many that influenced society today.
Neurologist Oliver Sacks was a best-selling author of numerous books concerning the field of medicine. Sacks his most known for his publication of neurological case histories, his writing has inspired films consisting of the Awakenings (1990) and At First Sight (1999), and The Music Never Stopped (2015). As an author, he received considerable notoriety from those in his field and the public. His writing has influenced other authors and individuals such as Dr. Sanjay Gupta, CNN chief of medical correspondent, who credits him as the person who inspired his love of the brain (website) and Lisa Genova, neurologist and author, crediting Sacks as an influence on her. One of the many books written by Sacks is The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat published in 1985.
My written Analysis is on my Brother in law, Roderic Coffee, who wrote and presented a tribute to his Dad, my father-in-law at his home going service. Roderic was a very captivating speaker, he used many references regarding my father in laws love for learning and education. He started off his talk with a proverb that was related to my father in law and to Dr. Martin Luther King regarding knowledge and its value... Although his tribute was personal, he did very good in his presentation. Roderic made direct eye contact with his audience often and he was very poised, and his pace was great.
He is a very influential person because he started the peace corps, Body Paragraph #1 : ___________________________ RA John F Kennedy was influential because he started the peace corps. C In the article it says,”As one of his first presidential acts, JFK asked congress to create the peace corps. E This statement shows that he asked to start the the peace corps. C The article states, ¨A few days after he took office, Kennedy asked his brother-in-law, R. Sargent Shriver, to direct a Peace
Hypatia was believed to have surpassed her father’s knowledge at a young age. Being taught the fundamentals of teaching, Hypatia was learned to influence people with the power of words. Hypatia’s father was her role model, advisor, and companion. Hypatia and her father were foreseen as one of the foremost mathematicians in the Roman Empire, as well as most likely the world during their lifetimes.