George Washington is remembered as one of the most famous and influential presidents. Some have described him as a god from his leadership to his appearance. He was very prominent and influential in some of the most significant parts in shaping and building of the United States. Many of things he did have made our country the way it is today such as creating the cabinet to the United states president and creating the first copyright law. His ideas and actions are the reason the United States is the way it is today from what he has done in the past.
Reagan used pronouns to include the audience throughout his speech. One example of Reagan’s speech being inclusive of the entire nation was when he said, “ We’ve grown used to the wonders in this century” (4). He is saying that as a whole country we are used to finding new wonders everyday. Reagan was very confident in NASA and wanted to continue to receive support, so he said, “We’ll continue our quest into space” (6). He believed that America could keep the space program going strong despite the recent tragic events.
Most of all presidents have done good for our country. They took on the role of being a leader, and making major decisions to help the United States of America grow. Abraham Lincoln was one of those presidents. He was able to end the American civil war, and stop slavery for good. Abhraham Lincoln is the president whom impacted America the most and was the strongest.
The citizens must be able to trust that their leader will do what is in their best interest as a country. Ronald Reagan is the greatest world leader because he shows the country’s strength, communicates with the public, and puts the needs of the country as a whole first. Strength is an imperative quality to have as a country and as a leader. Throughout his Presidency, Ronald Reagan put on display not only his strength, but the strength and power of The United States. Through his actions, the goal is to showcase that once again The United States is a noticeable world power.
Carl Sagan (1934-1996) was a leading scientist who took on a major role in science with his involvement in new research, media, and his taking to authorship. Sagan is credited as the most famous scientist of the 1970s and 1980s, with his notoriety deriving from his popularity in the scientific community for his research and gained fame with the general populace from his ability to bring astronomy to more people outside of the field. His accomplishments started after he finished his studies with a doctorate degree, where he helped to create an infrared radiometer in the Mariner 2 probe for NASA at the University of California, Berkeley. From then, his accomplishments continued with looking into theories of extraterrestrial life, where he even
Teddy Roosevelt was one of the most progressive presidents in the United States. Since Teddy Roosevelt was highly respected, many believed in him and his words. In almost all his speeches, he would use the words, “Speak softly and carry a big stick; you will go far” which meant that the threat of violence is necessary in order to defend oneself. This quote is used in Angry Staff Officer's article "How 'Big Stick Policy' Still Influences US Foreign Relations Today" to show how violence has been used in the past years in order to have very progressive history. Also, this quote was so used and well respected that an author named William Melvin Kelley used this quote in order to show his theme on his short story “Enemy Territory.”
In Pericles’ oration, he uses we to refer to all of Athens and their accomplishments. Instead of just saying that Athens, the city, is great, he uses the personal pronoun in order to turn the reasons behind its greatness to the people. As for Ronald Reagan, it was also very important that he included himself as part of the victims. Even though he was referring to the space program in his anaphoric statements (“We don’t hide... We don’t keep secrets...
America is the most developed and famous country in the world. United States has the most developed economy and is proceeding towards more success. U.S is a very active and major member of the United Nations which has top and likely countries in its council, it is very easy for U.S to influence the United Nations because of the power and reputation it holds all over the globe. The U.S military is one of the finest in the world because of the training they put in and also because they have high budget for their army which includes; Ground force, navy and air force. U.S invests in high technology in artillery to make their forces stronger.
As in the article, (“Orville Wright 's Biography”) it says, “His adventurous nature and drive to succeed combined with his brother Wilbur 's research skills to achieve what is considered by many to be the greatest, most influential accomplishment of the 20th century.” This evidence from the website showed tells me that one part of his legacy was having the greatest most influential accomplishment of the 20th century which is a big thing to live up to in a legacy. Moving on to the next evidence why Orville Wright was influential, was made by (Turner) and it said, “One hundred years ago next month, the Wright brothers flew for the first time in a machine that was heavier than air and changed our vision of the world.” Basically this is showing me that Orville Wright and his brother has a legacy of changing the vision the of the world by flying an airplane which made his legacy stand for a long time. As you can see again in (Brothers) its stating, “They were awarded the patent for the first flying machine in May 1906.”
Donald Trump is also a role model in ‘goal setting’ especially in a business context. He has ‘high expectations of himself’ and those around him and that is, at least partially, why he has been able to accomplish so much in his lifetime. All this evince that he is a ‘big dreamer.’ He dreams big. Having a clear vision is essential if you want to accomplish big things.
In 1984, it was again time to elect a president. Democrat Walter Mondale, former vice president under Jimmy Carter, was running against the current president, Ronald Reagan. Because of their lead in the polls, Reagan and his team decided not to attack Mondale, but to form a campaign based on being able to feel good about America again. Amongst the many commercials Reagan 's team did, "Morning in America" stands out as one of the greatest political ads ever. It created a sense that America was once again strong and Americans could feel secure in the knowledge that they were living in the greatest country in the world.
During the year 1984 Ronald Reagan was very popular among the American people. On November 4, 1984, He won the presidential re-election with 49 states voting for him creating a total of 525 electoral votes. Reagan was a well liked actor before he became president. During the duration of 20 years he was in over 50 motion pictures. He was also known for his good sense of humor.
Ronald Reagan “There is no limit to what a man can do or where he can go if he doesn't mind who gets the credit.” Ronald Reagan was a republican, but before he got into politics he was an actor. He was born on February 6, 1911 in Tampico, Illinois. He served 1981 to 1989 as the 40th president of the United States of America. Not only was he a President, but a governor of California ("Ronald Reagan).
Presidential Power Ronald Reagan served as America’s 40th president. Reagan managed to cut taxes, increase defense spending, negotiate a nuclear arms reduction agreement with the Soviets and is credited with helping to bring a quicker end to the Cold War. I think that president Reagan used his presidential powers properly in order to achieve what needed to be done. Ronald Reagan was president as the Cold War was raging worse than it had ever before. Reagan used his executive power, Commander in Chief, to put up resistance against Mikhail Gorbachev and push his defensive strategy.
Ronald Reagan Ronald Reagan was a character who optimized many of the people when things went very poorly. Many people said his personality was courage, courage that was natural to him, and a courage that was ultimately contagious. He also did do so much more like creating Reaganomics, strengthening nations, and improving many things in the economy. He also did many things that helped out the people, which was his main goal.