Hamilton became involved with politics. To succeed his goal of making the world better he created a new constitution. Also, after the war he created a new law office ( Clemens p.7 ). He had a great contribution to the government world and also the great America. The motivation that Hamilton got was very big and helpful to him.
Many world leaders began to realize this looming and potentially tragic threat to world peace, prompting leaders to take action against these radical regimes. Neville Chamberlain as PM, one of the most powerful leaders of his time, took the political approach of following the notion of appeasement when dealing with Hitler and Nazi Germany. Chamberlain followed this policy towards Hitler because it was his right to
Roosevelt’s mother desperately wanted him to retire to Hyde Park, but Roosevelt has decided to come back to big politics. James Tobin in his book “The Man He Became” states that polio might have, surprisingly, made FDR the President . Indeed, the disease has forged the essential character of FDR a tremendously. By having this crucial event in his life, he obtained that resilience and courage that allowed him to achieve everything he wanted in his life . That crucial event also let him to obtain the “empathy and sympathy that forged his connection with the American people, a connection that was, arguably, the strongest of any American president with the
Introduction It is well-known fact that as human beings we need guidance in life. That specific guidance that was there for our ancestors, is here for us and it will be for our descendants, is history. Even though there have been events in history which ended happily, the ones which had the biggest impact on our lives were the ones which occurred through battles and wars. One of the most important episodes in the history of Great Britain is the one during which the War of the Roses happened. I chose this topic, because I find impressive what a will people have when it comes to fight for political power and which is the level of sacrifice some would accept, only to reach their goal.
A charismatic leader has the ability to transform innovative concepts into common and socially acceptable ideas by attaching values in it that people would easily understand and believe as true (Fiol, et al, 1999). Many popular leaders such as Adolf Hitler, Mahatma Gandhi, among others, were said to have utilized charismatic leadership style to gain followership to their individual causes. Adolf Hitler was considered by many as a notorious killer and oppressor of civil rights. His style of leadership is described as charismatic and dictatorial in nature because he believed that he is the only savior of his country. Hence, his charisma to the people was showed during his public speeches and meetings.
There are many lessons that can be derived from the study of powerful, significant rulers. These impactful leaders are none other than Julius Caesar (from Italy) and Yitzhak Rabin (from Israel). While some may perceive their common traits as merely being assassinated by political dissidents in both their regimes, these two figures have more similarities than what meets the eye. They have both been successful in the military field as well as managing their political image for decades. Caesar, born in the year 100 BC, was a man most remembered for his brilliant military strategies as well as his dedication to develop the Roman Empire.
So despite a few differences in the way they lived their lives, Ronald Reagan and Franklin Delano Roosevelt were both incredibly similar in tactics and situations. Known as the most influential presidents of the 20th century, they proved themselves to be agents of political change. Leading America out of potential economic collapse and ushering it into a new era of social and political change, Roosevelt and Reagan secured their place in history as some of the most impactful presidents
Under the guidance of Alexander Hamilton and John Adams, Federalists became a popular political party at the end of George Washington’s term. As a proud Federalists in The United Stated under George Washington, a numerous amount of hypocrisy has consumed the population on, “What were Federalists’ views?” A Federalist strongly believed in the power of the national government because the central government would have yielded stability to the country. Instead of a democracy or popular sovereignty, an “aristocratic leadership,” would better lead the nation (History in the Making - Chapter 10). Therefore, the Constitution was strongly supported by us. With a “manual” written by highly educated, upper men, the Constitution was a governing
“Great men are never good men.” To be great is to be considerably above average in terms of ability, quality or eminence. To the British, Sir Winston Churchill was indeed a great man and he is most well known for rallying and leading them during World War II during his term as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. However, not all of his actions were “ethically sound”, or morally good, possessing and displaying moral virtue, as defined by the Oxford English Dictionary, even though his intentions were for the good of his people and country. Therefore, I agree with the quote and in this essay I will be evaluating the extent to which some of his decisions and actions were ethical or not. One of the most controversial actions taken by Winston
The Spiegel Affair erupted after a magazine published an article criticizing the German Army and the journalist who wrote this evoked a harsh response from the federal authorities, supported by Adenauer who received massive backlash. Whilst this is arguably true, it’s important to highlight Adenauer’s achievements as it’s also arguable they outweigh his failures as a chancellor. In conclusion, Adenauer was a fundamentally successful chancellor. He was able to maintain economic, political and social stability in a post-war context and gain considerable trust from other nations. This was arguably the result of effective political planning.