This was good because this kept Hawaii safe and peaceful. Another reason why Kamehameha was an effective leader was because he took an active part in public works. Even if he was king, Kamehameha still worked in taro patches and set his people to work terracing hills, banking up taro patches, digging long irrigation ditches and building fishponds. This was thought as Kamehameha setting an industry example to his
Who could say that they could be a modern King Arthur? This would have to be Mitt Romney. He is helpful to people and makes sure they feel like they can trust him, he makes sure his family is being helped too, he tells the truth and makes promises that he tries to fulfill the best he can. The first reason why Mitt Romney is the reincarnation of King Arthur is because he makes people feel like they can trust him and he tries to be the most helpful to them as he can. This is a big thing to most people because if you were to trust somebody to lead a state, like he is now, or even a country that is hard to do.
He had led his army through the crucial weather, disease and several hardships. He had refused to let his people down and reminded them that this-their liberty-was worth fighting for. As a result Washing and his colonial army were victorious, and because of his great leadership we are free. The Articles of Confederation was our first form of government, though it clearly wasn’t successful. The national government had no control over the states; it was very chaotic.
Kamehameha and Merkel has accomplished many things after they came into power. Some of the things they changed to make it better, or they kept it the same because they thought that it was already the best it could be. Kamehameha kept the kapu system under rule because it kept the people in line and most people refrained from doing bad things. Kamehameha also changed things like he accepted the Fur Trade and the Sandalwood Trade. During these times he charged port fees to build Hawaii’s economy.
He wanted to truly unify all the kingdoms into a true state. He did this by implementing standard measurements, law, language, currency, and even created an interconnected highway system for trade. However the emperor was not universally liked “The First Emperor is by nature obstinate, cruel, and self-willed.” He would regularly put people to death, on one occasion he believed that one of his servants was spreading secrets “Someone among the eunuchs is leaking word of what I say. . .
So I stand firm by the promise of friendship we exchanged before. Forever you will be your people's mainstay and your own warriors’ helping hand” (Page 117 lines 1700-1708). Promise of friendship is a perfect example of intangible glory Beowulf received because he cares for people and helps
“The king had shown his wonder to us. I can imagine how scary the disaster caused by breaking the Golden Mountain. People who loss his belief to their leader, will lead them to destruction. But he saved us, who believed in him. Just before the war begin, he said that where will we leave if we got the disaster like Glaudian did, the native of this land and friend of our ancestor.
Loyalty was one of the most important qualities a man could have in Beowulf's time period. Loyalty was displayed in Beowulf's character quite clearly, starting with his decision to help the Danes. He was willing to put his own life on the line for the sole benefit of others. This loyalty was first shown when Beowulf went with his men to fight a monster so he could help his father repay his debt. Beowulf’s father Ecgtheow had started a rivalry.
George Washington The First President Lots of people think that George Washington was only the first president and did not do much else. Many people know that George Washington was the first president and he was a good leader who fought a important war, but he was so much more than that. George Washington changed the world by fighting and winning the Revolutionary War. He became one of the most famous American born soldier, and he became the first president to lead America. He left a legacy as the first president.
In 1776, a small group of leading American intellectuals and politicians declared to the world that the Thirteen Colonies, having endured over a year of war with Britain, would form their own independent state. The Declaration of Independence, in establishing freedom from British rule, immortalized the values of equality, liberty, and the rights of man in American politics and culture. However, perhaps unintentionally, the 1776 Declaration also immortalized the man proclaimed to be its chief contributor: Thomas Jefferson. In the decades and centuries since the American Revolution, Jefferson’s image and legacy have become inextricably tied to his statement that “All men are created equal”, despite his use of slavery and overt racism. Through Jefferson’s efforts to write his own history, and aided by both political needs and patriotism in the historians who