I am going to be telling you about an amazing person who was our first president of the United States of America. Who is strong, caring, and is loyal to our country. And how he came to be a president and a great person that he came to be, George Washington. How his hard work paid off, and also why people wanted him to be president. In this paper I am going to be telling you about how George Washington became president, how he became christian, and also a modern day example of him.
During the time, Hancock was elected and reelected for many important positions that proved how loyal and valuable he was for the defeat of the British. The support for the American Revolution Hancock showed was immense, especially when he became friends with Samuel Adams, another dominant war figure. Samuel Adams, an agitator and legislator who was a fierce patriot, boosted the patriot cause when he was seen with Hancock at events. Hancock also donated gifts to his city to gain their favor for his
Why was George Washington significance? A great man called George Washington once said “We should not look back unless it is to derive useful lessons from past errors, and for the purpose of profiting by dearly bought experience.” George Washington was significance because he was a great leader. Also he helps win the revolution and he helps make peace with Britain. George Washington was a great leader. “He respected all his men and listen to their ideas one by one.” This makes happy his men to be treated with respect to be listening.
American Crisis was a series of pamphlets written by Thomas Paine. This quote is explaining that although it is hard, we can make it through and win this war. George Washington was a great leader who pushed the men to do amazing things. George Washington never left the army, showing that he was an amazing leader that believed in the army. Washington also believed that with faith we could win the war against Britain.
Ronald Reagan’s speech “A Time for Choosing” was televised on the national broadcasting station NBC in October 1964, to show his support for presidential candidate Barry Goldwater. Reagan gave his speech to bring the people together in support of Barry Goldwater as well as to tell the American people the truth behind the rumors of Goldwater’s opponents. Reagan was a great public speaker and confronted all the statements made about Goldwater, and encouraged the American people to elect Goldwater as their president. Reagan was very influential when connecting to his audience.. Reagan had the advantage and knowledge of public speaking and knew how to speak effectively to arouse emotions and desires in people he was addressing. He had the ability to be able to portray the desperation in his speech to convince the audience.
Many children dream of growing up to be the president one day. Few do, and even fewer are remembered by everyone for what they did while being president. Three of these few are Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, and Thomas Jefferson. These are some of the greatest and strongest presidents of all time, but Thomas Jefferson was the strongest and smartest president because he was present and played a big part in government before the revolution, he played a huge role in the expedition of Lewis and Clark, and he had a huge impact on almost every aspect of society. Thomas Jefferson played a fairly big role in the American Revolution, and so did George Washington, but Abraham Lincoln wasn 't even alive.
That is only a small portion of what he did and is still a lot to accompish for just a normal man. He made our country better and tried his very best to make the people happy. He was selfless and caring. The final reason why Thomas Jefferson was the strongest President to live was because he made a huge impact on our society. According to the article, He impacted the educational systems of the growing country.
In conclusion, most people overwhelmingly believe JFK’S assassination was unjustified. John F. Kennedy brought positive change to America. JFK was a very popular president, and was loved and admired by many. Examples of him bringing change to America include significant foreign policy contributions such as creating the peace corps and successfully leading the United States through the Cuban Missile Crisis in addition to passing the civil rights bill. (Ask.com) His death will always have some mystery to it.
President George Washington knew that a lot of his accomplishments would be viewed as precedents. As being the first President, he set numerous precedents, a significant number of which are still being implemented today. He chose to be called Mr. President as opposed to the title of being called a King, he then created the Presidential Cabinet, established the term limit of two terms for Presidency and was first President to create foreign policy. Those who served under the first Presidential Cabinet that was created by George Washington was: • Vice President John Adams • Secretary of State- Thomas Jefferson • Secretary of The Treasury- Alexander Hamilton • Secretary of War- Henry Knox • Attorney General- Edmund Randolph Today, our cabinet is made up of 16 departments and being served by the following individuals: • Vice President of the United States-Joseph R. Biden • Department of State-Secretary John Kerry • Department of the Treasury- Secretary Jack Lew • Department of Defense- Secretary
Johnson “suffered from a deep-rooted neediness, a desire to be liked by everyone, to outdo his predecessors, and to be known as the best president in American history.” To do so he used deception, charm and persuasion in order to gain support from the mass amounts of people with differing opinions. Achieving political consensus was something Johnson did well, utilizing his term as Senator to sharpen these skills. He always wanted the approval of his advisers and the American public, and he viewed criticisms of his policies as personal attacks which led him to double his resolve and intensify his efforts. A truly tenacious man Johnson’s modest
He is also a very nice man and has a good heart which is a very good quality to have. George also was president for our county for eight years. He helped america become a better country. George was always a good man from when he was a kid all the way through his adult life. Some of george washington’s famous quotes are… “If the Freedom of speech is taken away than the dumb and silent we may be led like sheep to the slaughter.