Arguably the strongest viewpoint is that Napoleon’s regime post-1804 is more obvious and the façade Napoleon established to consolidate his power is dropped. The events of 1804 were not a pivotal turning point in the style of Napoleon’s rule but simply embodied his continued authoritarian rule over France. Throughout Napoleon’s rule he made significant and important changes in the area of Government. After the Coup d’état, Napoleon became First Consul (1800) this power was then increased when in 1802 Napoleon became Consul for life, thereby enabling him to choose his successor. This ability was a feature of hereditary rule yet it can be said that Napoleon’s appointment to Emperor in 1804 is the distinctive turning point in the establishment of his hereditary regime.
Under his administration came great changes, starting with the establishment of the Cabinet in 1789. Washington created the Cabinet to help him through his job as the president. He said no one person could run the country by themselves. The Cabinet consisted of a secretary of state, treasury, war and an attorney general. Many domestic ideas were formed and accomplished, and some would become major documents in the future.
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He had little interest on Roosevelt’s larger vision of world stability. Taft extended American investments into lessdeveloped region. In 1909, Nicaragua had a revolution and a new government was born. Taft encouraged American bankers offer substantial loans to the new government, also Taft landed American troops in Nicaragua to protect the new
Reelected to the U.S. Senate in 1795, he served only a year before he was appointed as Minister to Great Britain (1796-1803). King's years in this post were difficult ones in Anglo-American relations. The wars of the French Revolution endangered U.S. commerce in the maritime clashes between the French and the British. The latter in particular violated American rights on the high seas, especially by the impressment of sailors. Although King was unable to bring about a change in this policy, he smoothed relations between the two nations.
He carefully balanced liberalism and conservatism, by being pro-gay rights, but against gay marriage, pro affirmative action but against racial quotas. He appealed to the middle-class more than the poor. Clinton’s superiority over Bush in economics showed in a presidential debate in October 1992, when they were asked how to find a cure for the economic problems of ordinary people. Bush could not answer the question, but Clinton on the other hand shined, and told her stories that he had heard during his time as governor of Arkansas. By doing so, people believed that he truly felt their pain during the recession.
Franklin would admit that the first parts of the New Deal were in part experimental. He would weed out what didn’t work and press on with what did. His persistence with the new deal through 1939 brought America out of the depression and returned a balanced budget. With the economy on the up rise, Roosevelt now turned to foreign policy, something that had been put on a back burner because of the economy. He felt strongly about keeping good relations with other countries, but at the same time warned Americans of the danger of remaining isolated from a world that was slowly being taken over by dictators in Germany, Italy, and Japan.
The federal government attempted to fix the economic problems through costly economic stimulus packages, which only resulted in further national debt. So one would have to ask if the fiscal policy the government is currently using is working. Many economist say America is suffering from debt deflation. Americans are trying to pay down debt by spending less, but this is causing their debt problems to worsen. Economists believe that government spending should rise temporarily so the drop in private spending can repair itself.
This was his second time running, in 1796 he lost to his close friend John Adams, but he has enough votes from the Electoral College to become the Vice President. Jefferson took oath on March 4th, 1801; at this time the partisan strife between the two political parties was growing at an unexpecting rate and needed change. Jefferson after winning his party’s nomination ran against Aaron Burr, the election came to a tie in the Electoral College which meant the election came down to the congress. The congress didn’t want either to be president but Hamilton convinced them that Jefferson would do less damage to the country the Aaron Burr. Then in 1804 Jefferson ran for re-election, his popularity declined, mostly due to foreign affairs and wars in Europe.
America was becoming a large export nation and needed economies where they could sell their products. If America could win over countries who were being “taking over by communism,” then their economies would come with them to the American side. Countries such as Korea and Vietnam were not invaded by America in order to stave off the communists; they were invaded in order to further the American agenda. Now while America did not win these wars, they largely increased their army bases in the process while securing a little more economic support in the