Paine’s most famous pamphlet was the first time someone had proclaimed independence and supported their claim in writing. Furthermore, Thomas Paine had spoken publically about an issue that would previously only be spoken about privately with close friends, thus transforming attitudes about not only the discussion of independence in America but also actual independence from Britain. Therefore, not only was Common Sense successful for its ideas discussed throughout the book, but also for its influence on the discussions of people regarding independence.
All presidents in this country have helped the country grow in some way or another. Lincoln abolished slavery and Washington won the revolutinary war. President Jefferson, however, served the country well as he helped expand the united states, wrote the declaration of independence, and served many other important roles. One of the very notable things Jefferson did, was writing the declaration of independence. This document brought clarity to the country as well as finally freed the Americans to form their own country under their rule.
George Washington led the Continental Army which he showed leadership, becoming president helped him become president, and he helped develop a good country. Without George Washington’s developments to our country, we wouldn't live in a country together that grows each and every
He shared [his] passion for learning in teh building of the University of Virginia. He [also] built the American Library System"(Jacobson). With the Library System any community had access to large volumes of information and knowledge. Jefferson 's contributions to the United states were monumental in the development of our
Intro Growing up, we have all heard the many stories of George Washington. While many recognize him as one of the most important figures in U.S history, others only recognize him by one of his multiple accomplishments; he was the 1st president of the United States. With presidency comes the variety of duties and responsibilities, the main being a president 's inaugural adress. In George Washington 's very 1st inaugural, he uses three rhetorical strategies: personification, amplification, and last but not least, repitition to convey what he truly wants for the States and why a successful Constitution should be in order.
Napoleon had a positive influence on the French through his expansive career; he had more wins than Alexander the Great, Caesar, and Hannibal combined (History.com, 2016). He also created a new Napoleonic Code that is still in use in the Western World (History.com, 2016). Alexander the Great was a very influential man in Asia and was the greatest leader of his time period. He also spread the cultures of the people he conquered, which helped countries trade and prosper. Together these men have changed the world through their efforts and helped create our world today.
he claimed he believed in small government spending, but he bought the “Louisiana Purchase”- which was actually a great thing for the United States, yet it was a big government purchase. This caused some opposition, but in the end the purchase went through without any major rebellions. After serving two terms, Jefferson retired from politics and returned to his plantation at Monticello. Overall, Thomas Jefferson was another one of our greatest presidents that helped in the shaping of our
On October 20, 1803, the treaty was agreed upon by the U.S. Senate and was signed. Though America was beyond happy when they had first came into possession with the Louisiana Territory, they didn’t really know that much about it and had only heard rumors. So Jefferson figured that holding an expedition to find out more information about the sweeping lands West of the Mississippi River would give everyone the information that they wanted. Following up with his plan, Thomas Jefferson presented his ideas for the expedition to Congress on January 18, 1803. He explained that his plans with this expedition could and would lead to many new advantages to many new things including more facts about the climate, the cultures of others who were once there, and many other things.
Alexander Hamilton did just that. Though it can be hard to define what makes a great leader, by looking through history we can formulate an idea. We consider Alexander Hamilton an inspiring leader as he was one of the important pioneers in forming the American government. Also, after the Revolutionary War, he co-wrote the famous 'Federalist' Papers with John Jay and James Madison, which served as a primary source for Constitutional interpretation. Hamilton was a man of great intelligence and zeal, qualities which helped him become the legendary leader
Andrew Jackson started off his political career as the national hero because of the Battle of New Orleans. Then the election of 1828 became the turning point in the political history of the United States because it had the first male on the area west of the Appalachians become president; it also launched the organizations of his campaign known as the Jacksonian Democracy. He brought forward a new set of personal qualifications that gave rise to new political leaders that were chosen in favor of the mass of voters, compared to the spoils systems, in which involves political activity by public employees in support of their party. Although Jackson underwent some difficulties in making this democracy a success, he relied on newspaper editors and politicians who helped him in his candidacy to convince the mass that this method
Thomas Jefferson was born on April 13, 1743 in Virginia. He was born into a pretty successful family which made life easier in the 1740’s. Thomas Jefferson got a very exceptional education. He liked to learn and was sent on going to college. He ended up attending the College of William and Mary which was located in Williamsburg, Virginia.
My hero is Thomas Jefferson, he doesn't have a middle name. It says in the book “Thomas Jefferson Architect of Democracy” he was born on April 13, 1743. One of his quotes is “In matters of style, swim with the current;in matters principle, stand like a rock.” Another one is “The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.” Yet before Thomas Jefferson became a hero he was a regular child.
Throughout history, stories have been shared and told about great philosophers, Enlightenment thinkers, and other historians. Among the many thinkers is a historian named, Thomas Jefferson. Through his influences and thoughts on the enlightenment period, and his government effect, he has arisen from his odd background, from a farmer, to a great historian.