Their have been many presidents throughout the years; some good, some not as good. Each and every one of them have their pros and cons. All though Teddy Roosevelt had many struggles to face him before coming president, I believe that Teddy Roosevelt was the best president. Not only was he smart, he was athletic, and a dedicated conservationist.
Franklin D. Roosevelt, a champion in his own ways, was a great person who shaped America throughout the depression into what we now call home. Roosevelt changed America by declaring war on the depression because of the following:he is offering more jobs to the people who have none, he wants to help America, and he let them know that happiness doesn't lie in the possession of money. Roosevelt was a leader America had needed at the time and for years to come, but he couldn’t fix it all by himself; he needed the help of America’s homeowners and wealth distributors just as much as he needed the haggler’s. Roosevelt noted the job decrease in america and led a campaign to fix it.
In September 1901 Theodore Roosevelt became president when William McKinley was assassinated. He thought that the presidency was basically a “bully pulpit”. Roosevelt was “a steward of the people bound actively and affirmatively to all he could for the people” (Divine 2013, p. 546). Roosevelt tried to bridge the gap between the African Americans and the whites but most southerners believed that what he was trying to do was a crime that was equal to treason. Eventually Roosevelt backed down. In 1903, Roosevelt wanted Congress to create a Department of Commerce and Labor to investigate corporations engaged in interstate commerce. When Congress did not want to do it, he took measures to ensure that they would pass it and they did in the end. Through these things in the reading along with the other things he did we see that Roosevelt while progressive went about it differently than Wilson did. While Roosevelt was able to get
Leader of a nation and a role model for all Franklin D. Roosevelt captured the hearts of those who saw him in his path to glory. Franklin Delano Roosevelt served as President from March 1933 to April 1945, the longest serving time in American history. He may have done more during those twelve years to change American society and politics than anyone else who followed him in an attempt to live up to the standard he worked so hard for. His responses to the challenges he faced made him a defining figure in American history. Through his ability to empathize with his fellow citizens, to show that he cared for them and would do everything he could to help them made Franklin D. Roosevelt the best U.S President.
The American political system today is flowing incredibly well, despite looking at disputes between political candidates and parties. Have you ever wondered how laborious and demanding it is running a country while receiving high criticism, negativity, and stressful times? I believe all of the United States presidents’ have worked hard to improve the economy and the lives of U.S. citizens. Politics are often confused and referred to as corrupt, but I think it is a huge challenge getting elected to office to help your country and people. Most important, the president that I think did an inspiring and motivating job as president was Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
Theodore Roosevelt’s speech, Strength and Decency, included a variety of rhetorical strategies that allowed him to persuade educated, mature, and, strong men to become powerful and decent human beings. Roosevelt’s purpose of presenting this speech was to persuade the audience to behave like the strong men they are but with decency and manners because, in the 1900s, men behaved in a very manly fashion. However, men lacked manners and morality. Due to the very questionable propriety of men, Roosevelt was driven to address how men should act the way a real mature man would in order to further improve society. By using rhetorical strategies such as repetition, Christian appeal, and a serious tone, Roosevelt is able to show his audience how strength and decency go hand in hand.
An aspect that seems to fit my personality is, “Working requiring accuracy and attention to all details.” This would fit me because I pay attention to many details, big and small. I notice things out of place very hastily. If I were to walk into a room I could recognize the crooked pictures hung or something out of place. This comes in very handy when in a sports. I have always had an attentive eye that can recognize things more abruptly
Franklin Delano Roosevelt started giving us hope as soon as he was elected. He didn't waste any time and declared a bank holiday while Congress drafted the Emergency Banking Bill of 1933. It restored faith and stabilized the banking system. He passed many bills during his first 100 days as
Franklin D Roosevelt most recognized accomplishments came form his creation of the ''New Deal'' after being elected as president of United States in 1932. The U.S. stock market crash in 1929 was the beginning of the great depression. The depression caused lost of jobs, homelessness, and bankruptcy.
March 4, 1993 marks the beginning of recovery for a suffering country when Franklin Delano Roosevelt is inaugurated and takes office. Franklin Roosevelt promised to help this nation eliminating the problems that we had. Before he could begin to fix our problems he needed help so he created a group of advisers, many of which were college professors, to help him. His first idea was to fix the stock market. Roosevelt created the Securities and Exchange Commission to regulate the stock market. Next, he created jobs for many people by creating the Civilian Conservation Corps, which gave jobs to 2 million young men by just building roads, trails, cabins and campgrounds. He also created Public Works Administration, which allowed people to give people
Manning & Curtis (2012), define charisma as a special personality trait that generates others interest and provokes a following. Walsh (2015), defines charisma as an aura that makes people want to know what others are like and what their ideas are. On a scale of 1-10, I would rank Franklin D. Roosevelt a solid 7 on his level of charisma. Like many great leaders who possess charisma, Roosevelt mastered the media of his day and used his notoriety not just to maintain his fame, but to sell his agenda (Walsh, 2015). He spoke directly to the public in a series of radio broadcasts that became known as “fireside chats” (Schnell, 2000). According to Walsh (2015), his smooth and soothing voice was easily recognized on the radio, which was the dominant
My personality profile falls under the ENTP, which is sometime referred to as "the debater" (16 Personalities, n.d.). This personality type provides for a firm foundation in leadership for a few reasons: I 'm analytical, I’m not effected tremendously if plans change, I am able to interface with individuals from different backgrounds and different cultures, and above all I try to visualize situations from other people’s point of view, in addition to, viewing the opposing viewpoints that may be important to discuss.
Knowing oneself, knowing what is unique about us and what we share with others, is essential in building a stronger self-worth. It helps us observe ourselves as others do. You can identify yourself both physically and socially. Physically being your physical features while socially includes your traits, values, beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors. I define my self-concept through my characteristics such as dedication, procrastination, believing in God, valuing relationships, and generous behaviors and attitudes.