Alexander Hamilton The Outsider Saving the country you love is something very little people can say. Alexander Hamilton is one of those people. Alexander Hamilton is known by many as A good person with money, but he is so much more. Alexander Hamilton changed the world by helping money while fighting in many different ways.
(Article 3 Chart) Jefferson had already contributed greatly to his country before he stepped foot into the oval office. Some may argue that Washington was the better president because he was the first and helped fight for our freedom. While they have a point that Washington was our first president and fought for our freedom, Jefferson contributed to the core beliefs of the democracy (Article 3
Then after writing about how all of Maurice’s career never blossomed, words like, “struggled.” and “floundered” shift the mood from happy and promising, to disappointed and sad. Then again the story goes from Maurice to his son, Mort. Gladwell then begins to speak about how Mort did everything his father wished to do like, successfully opening a law firm and a broadcasting franchise. “Every dream that eluded the father was fulfilled by the son.”
Our country has had quite a few Presidents in its day and with that come the good and the bad. Now, not all Presidents are either purely good or bad. There are some that mostly bad with a bit of good while others can be mostly good with a hint of bad. Now, no man is perfect by any means but there are a few Presidents that have done fantastic while in office and that have been a purely beneficial factor for our country.
Being a good leader does not necessarily mean shining in the spotlight. Some of the most revolutionary and successful leaders are the ones who worked the lights. Self-awareness, self-direction, vision, ability to motivate, and social awareness are the characteristics of a good leader according to SIY Leadership Institute (SIYLI). There have been many accomplished and renowned leaders in America since (and before) the 1770’s, ones whose names are universally known and others who are unfamiliar. Of the latter is Alexander Hamilton, who showed potential since the minute he was put on earth, for no matter what obstacles were thrown in his way he forged ahead and never threw away his shot.
King Arthur was a very powerful and intelligent king. From childhood, he learned many virtues and lessons, but he didn’t know that the lessons he was learning had to do with becoming a great leader. Ben Carson is very similar to king Arthur in many ways. Ben learned several things from childhood as well as from reading literature of the world around him which made him a great man later on in life. I will be talking about Ben Carson and why he is a great reincarnation of King Arthur.
“Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no meaning,” thus coming from a man who has learned the meaning of hard work, Benjamin Franklin has worked hard for his well known reputation. Benjamin shows a great deal of intellect through his many well known inventions. His inventions such as the lighting rod is his most famous one, and is still used today. He also shows leadership through how he uses his inventions and intellect. Like when he used is intellect when he helped plan strategies for the American Revolution.
He was a real estate tycoon. Donald went to many schools growing up like the Wharton School of Pennsylvania or the Ford ham University. He even went to New York Military Academy. Finally, his background. He was born in Queens, New York on June 14, 1946.
Raised in a middle-class background of the growing economic boom, Green only validates his existence through his success and status while keeping his humble origins in mind. When Dexter was a young caddy, he often day dreamed about being successful and he imagined the happiness that came with it; “He became a golf champion…impressed was Mr. Mortimer Jones” (965). Although Dexter longed to become a part of the luxury upper class society, he had no respect for those whom it was handed to a silver platter; “He knew the sort of men they were…with the same debonaire ease” (971). Even though Dexter only wanted to fit in to their high class society, he soon was forced to realize that money cannot buy happiness. When Judy wants to know more about him he answers ‘“I’m nobody”…matter of futures’ (972).
The neglect he received from his father always put him down emotionally, so when he became one who had authority over others, he made sure that he fostered an enthusiastic and positive atmosphere for them. Whether is was when he was Prime Minister one of the two times or serving in the House of Commons, Churchill acted as a charismatic leader. He carried out his leadership with strength and charisma, once again proving to his father and peers he did have the capabilities. The men who worked with him and the people of Britain accepted and welcomed his ways because they liked him (Best
I agree Andrew Jackson 's presidency was during a perfect time. Andrew Jackson was a very strong war hero and political leader during his time. His presidential race and terms changed several ideas in America about politics. He was a self-made man who faced many challenges during his early life but he was able to overcome and to become a successful man. I think these difficulties helped to shape his character and to contribute to his resilience to keep achieving.
Donald Trump, a man who many dismissed as not serious about actually running for president, this time, is now considered to be one of the front runners of the GOP. Many are changing their viewpoints and saying that Trump has a very good chance at actually winning in the primaries. Even after his controversies, Trump still maintains the lead in national polling. Although, as tempting as it is to declare that he is a top pick for the republican nomination, it’s still just too early.
Many people believe that Thomas Jefferson is a powerful individual who helped form our country, and was a great leader through his presidential career. He made the best out of difficult situations, when he knew the complete situation had to remain unsolved, and he also wrote the Declaration of Independence for the help of our country. On the other hand, it can also be debated that Thomas Jefferson is a hypocritic man that nearly destroyed our military,
James Madison was the 4th President of the United States. Some of you might remember him from his attributes during the war of 1812. President James Madison was well known for being the Father of the Bill of Rights. President Madison was a man that did not pose an intimidating appearance in the least, but a man who was very knowledgeable on any political issue, and could adjust to the changing trends and demands during his Presidency. Further, I would like to take a moment and expand on the men that fought in the war of 1812 and to the thousands of men that lost their lives fighting for a country they loved, their bravery and courage exemplifies a true hero.
Entrepreneurs controlled the Gilded Age creating a growing economy with booming businesses and yet this has not changed over the years. John Rockefeller and Andrew Carnegie can be compared to those with the names Steve Jobs and Bill Gates. Multibillionaires, who know what the consumers desire, is what these men are best at. They knew and now know business well enough to be able to control our country’s’ economy. However, these successful business men do not do it together.