Some stories gave information about after the war Hamilton put himself in law school. Also, Hamilton was a really big fighter throughout the early life of Hamilton ( Evans p.1 ). These two factors were a big impact on Alexander Hamilton because Alexander Hamilton learned that he needed to be strong and he guided himself through the right direction. The contribution that Hamilton put in was very terrific. Alexander Hamilton thought of many ideas to help the world in a positive way.
Theodore Roosevelt is considered as one of the most active and energetic Presidents in American history. The 26th President of the United States had a reputation of bringing attention to Progressive issues at national level. His speech, “The Strenuous Life” reflects his own life experiences, efforts and hardships in life. Roosevelt gave the speech to a group of wealthy people before the Hamilton Club, Chicago on April 10, 1899 after the America Senate signed agreement with Spain that established Philippines as a colony of American state. In his speech, Roosevelt addresses the American nation to shoulder their responsibilities nationally and internationally.
Woodrow Wilson, the twenty-eighth President of the United States, is well renowned for many accomplishments; of particular importance is being credited as the father of Public Administration. Although he argues for many different ideas and concepts, his end goal is always for the benefit of the people. This particularly resonates in his 1887 essay; The Study of Administration. In his critically renowned essay, The Study of Administration, he details his concepts of and for public administration. In his essay, Woodrow Wilson breaks down his essay into three sections, the first of which gives a detail of the history of public administration.
On April 13, 1743, Thomas Jefferson was born. He was later known as a leading figure in our country’s quest for independence. Jefferson also played important roles in the early history of our fledgling nation as its Minister to France, Secretary of State, the third President of the United States and a native of Virginia. Jefferson was a true Renaissance man, he was known for his many talents in writing, economics, religion and philosophy as well as horticulture and mathematics. He spoke 6 languages including English, French, Greek, Italian, Latin and Spanish.
The Philippines has an extensive history of colonization. Four hundred years long—first by Spain starting in 1521 and subsequently by the United States in 1898 up until the twentieth century. With this long history of colonialism and cultural imperialism in Filipino history, this paper seeks to examine if and how colonial mentality is experienced by Filipino people and how this may manifest in their everyday lives. This research paper is an empirical, qualitative study delving into colonial mentality, a theory which according to David and Okazaki (2006a), is the perception of ethnic and cultural inferiority, a form of internalized oppression, that is “a specific consequence of centuries of colonization under Spain and the U.S. and it involves an automatic and uncritical rejection of anything Filipino and an automatic and uncritical preference for anything American” (p.241). The idea of decolonizing the mind was also investigated.
The 1896 revolution went on until 1901, and just like every other national revolution in different nations, it is regarded as a peak of achievement and a period in history wherein unity, involvement and active participation in the fight for freedom are most evident among the people (Constantino, 1972). Technically, national revolution and national hero go hand in hand as the national hero of the country is usually the leader of the national revolution. In the case of the Philippines, it is the exact opposite since Rizal even opposed and contradicted it. According in the manifesto of December 15, 1896, Rizal stated that from the very beginning when he first learned about the revolution that was being planned, he opposed it pertaining to its absolute impossibility. Moreover, he said that he is most willing to offer anything that could suppress it.
Jared Nigro Professor Rodrigue HIS 101 March 2, 2018 American Freedom Many people would do anything to achieve their freedom and those involved in the History of American Freedom are no exception to that statement. From the period of the American Revolution to the end of the nineteenth century, American citizens fought and struggled to achieve what they have today in terms of their liberty. Our founding fathers believed every man was born with equal rights and not just one person had all the rights, like a king for instance. This idea was taken almost directly from an English philosopher who is now known as the “Father of Liberalism,” John Locke. Locke was an extremely influential man in the world of politics, government, and democracy.
The Philippines press began in 17th century but did not take root until the 19th century. The first newspaper in Philippines, Del Superior Gavienor appeared in 1811. It can be argued that the Philippines press and what may be called as media relations developed almost at the same time with the nation’s colonial times. Phillipines journalism and public relations was described as “a press which has bred nearly all of the nation’s heroes like Rizal, Mabini, and del Pilar, and at the same time is breeding many corrupt and unscrupulous newspaperman” Lent (1972). The Public Relation practitioners claim that their root of public relations are started back to the 1880s, when the Philippines are seeking for colonial reforms from Spain because Philippines
These influences to Philippine public relations practices include religion, politics and media. Concepts of the new media and corporate social responsibility also permeate in the country. As Watson (2015) stated in his study, “Outside observers would describe current public relations practice in the country as modernist, media-driven with strong focus on corporate social responsibility.” He stated that the drive to develop the field of public relations comes from several factors which are strong media system, unrestricted government, a young population of practitioners and a global attitude. Religion and Public Relations Jack Miller (1996) claimed that “Philippines proudly boasts to be the only Christian nation in Asia. More than 86 percent of the population is Roman Catholic, 6 percent belong to various nationalized Christian cults, and another 2 percent belong to well over 100 Protestant denominations.
Alfred S. Romualdez is the son of Alfred T. Romualdez the former mayor of Tacloban city. He is also related to Speaker of the House of Representatives Daniel Romualdez (crowdsource.verafiles.org), to Associate Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court Norberto Lopez Romualdez (kahimyag.info), to Mayor Don Miguel Lopez Romualdez of Manila during World War Two (crowdsource.verafiles.org). The reason this family lineage can reinforce his reputation is because he has been exposed to the political landscape of Tacloban before he ran as a leader. He has first hand experience of being with politicians at a young age. He can also ask for guidance if ever he were not able to solve a given situation in his city so that the city can benefit without having anything to lose, such as assigning laws that would enrage the citizens, because he has the wisdom of the