In “The Nullification Crisis”, Jackson proves to the people that he is a strong leader because he nullified the federal law. Jackson was a strong leader who wanted America to be a united nation under the Constitution, which would help keep democracy strong. In “The Trail of Tears”, Jackson removed the American Indians out of their territory to make more room for agriculture in the United States. This was an unkind act towards the American Indians, but he was right in his thinking because if he did not expand the United States to have that land, the United States would not be the united nation it is today, with its vast territory. Because Jackson showed his strong leadership and unity of the United States, that can conclude that Jackson promoted democracy during his presidency of the United
Henry’s speech was the startup of the continental army, which would protect this young nation from the tyranny of British rule. By incorporating pathos Mr. Henry was able to push the men of the convention toward voting for the army. He pulled at their desires for independence and strong feelings nationalism by introducing the idea of unity between the colonies, stating. “I am not a Virginian, but an American” (Henry). This quote drove the feeling of united colonies deeper into the listeners of the convention, bringing up strong emotions, drawing heavily on pathos.
Introduction The forming of an advanced banking system in America was very important because it kept order and gave worth to American money, which is illustrated in the way the nation modernized and became more up to date after an advanced banking system was developed. In the early 1780s, there were no national banks that were part of a banking system. At the same time, Alexander Hamilton was beginning to become one of the most impactful founding fathers of the United States. Being the ambitious man he was, he wrote to the country’s Superintendent of Finance, Robert Morris, stressing the importance of a national bank. According to The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, Hamilton wrote, “Most commercial nations have found it necessary
Washington showed skill in the Revolutionary war by building a military from the ground up, strong enough to fight against the British. “He faced the realities of short term enlistments, desertions, very poorly clad and equipped soldiers, recalcitrant congressional and state legislators and wavering loyalty to the glorious cause among the populace” (Stazesky 2). Despite the fact that Washington barely had what he needed to defeat the British he still managed to do so. Without Washington’s persistence and intelligent leadership skills the army would have collapsed from the inside. Washington Leadership skills made him a well known trustworthy man and everyone showed respect towards him.
At the end of the war, America won which resulted in the British not impressing the Americas and also Madison receiving more fame for taking a good risk. Overall when Madison was president he was able to stop the impressment of Americans and win the war of 1812. James Madison was a political figure who was the main writer of the constitution, Secretary of state, and the president. Without Madison, America would be much different than it is today. He was truly a gift from God when he led America to war with Britain and though the writing of the constitution.
Jefferson thought that the constitution did not give the national government the power to establish the bank though, they wanted to fix the world 's national debt to make a safe place for fund, tax, and collections to be kept. The Federalists liked the way money was made in Great Britain, so they would start that in some states. The Federalist are the most qualified for presidency because they stay neutral in foreign affairs, have a strong government, and can fix the world 's national
General George Washington was a great leading officer not so much because of his heroic victories but because of his brilliant strategic retreats. Selected by the Continental Congress to head the hastily improvised army that was besieging Boston, Washington made it clear that he wanted the position because he dressed in his full military uniform when meeting with the Congress. The tall, powerfully built, dignified Virginia planter, then forty-three, had never risen above the rank of a colonel in the militia. His largest command had numbered only twelve hundred men, and that had been about twenty years before. Because he lacked a strong military mentality, he would actually lose more battles than he would soon win.
Thomas Jefferson understood the needs of the people and upheld the ideas of the U.S. Constitution better than John Adams, especially in the areas of domestic, economic, and Native American affairs. Thomas Jefferson did some amazing things in the span of his presidency. From doubling the size of the United States, to being one of the leading architects in designing our nation’s capital, Washington D.C. . It is these things
George Washington had successful leadership and had played a key role in the American Revolutionary War and the start of forming The United States of America. George Washington showed success in leadership during the Battle of Trenton and the winter of Valley Forge and the Battle at Monongahela during the French and Indian War. Without the sneak attack on Christmas morning, Americans would not know how the outcome would have been if the attack did not occur on December 26, 1776. During the winter at Valley Forge, George Washington stood up for his army showing leadership and gaining popularity though out his army and American citizens. George Washington had success during his presidency even though during his second term, he resign from his presidency.
The Americans could have easily given up and let the British take over once more, but they didn’t, they stayed strong and true and persevered. Which is exactly what the soldiers at the Battle of Charles Town did. Colonel Moultrie and his troops fought and fought until they won, “Moultrie winning the battle kept the British from fighting in the southern states for the next two years.” (Major Events in The American Revolution) because of Moultrie’s perseverance he and his troops were able to hold back the British for two full years, if that’s not perseverance I don’t know what is. Not only did the battle of Charles Town display the American’s perseverance but as well through the people of America, the colonists. “.