The Best and Worst of Americas Presidents Throughout U.S history there have been many good presidents and also many bad presidents. I believe that presidents should be graded on how they handle the economy, foreign policy, and equal rights. From our first president to our current president those I believe are the three most important grading points. A good economy is very important because it gives people a better living by giving them job opportunities and a way for people to make money. Foreign policy is important because it has a lot to do with the trade, technology, and communications of the United States.
On the other hand, George W was very scrupulous as a politician. He was elected to two terms and kept his primary campaign promises: he’s cut taxes, brought his version of accountability to elementary education, massively increased funding to the military, and shrunken rights. His core voters strongly aggrandize him, and Republicans control
154) After the rise of Julius Caesar the whole Mediterranean world became under roman legeslation. (pg.154) One of the most profound leaders under Julius Caesar, Marcus Cicero a philosopher who oppossed tyranny and political corruption. (pg.154) Cicero believed that monarchy, aristocracy and Democracy were the three principles of construction to a good government. (pg.155) Rome was more based on a legeslative attack, romans in the old days are more recollected for having great knowledge of the world we live in today. One of the most influential people in Rome was Marcus Cicero, a great philopsoper as we say and exam most of his work today we see a story of a honored and respected man as well as loyal, but his loyalty would prove to be his greatest downfall and which would lead to his exicution.
This shows that Wolsey was a successful chief minister in terms of justice because he saw it as his duty to bring everyone justice no matter how rich they were. But there were times when Wolsey used the courts to further his own position and carry out personal vendettas against enemies. For example Wolsey had been put in the stocks by Paulet in a bid to teach the young man a lesson about humility and good grace. Wolsey never forgot his humiliation and used his position as Lord Chancellor to have his revenge. Source 8 supports this because it says 'But Wolsey's vision and his originality in
Plan: * He was a natural-born leader; intelligent, charismatic etc * He gave his speech of "peace, land and bread" * he released the April Theses * he was utterly meticulous; left nothing to chance * he made effective use of propaganda and influence to control his followers Opposition to argument : * Problem with people liking one party rule Problems: * press – banned October ‘17 * political parties – outlawed Kadets, arrested political leaders * land ownership - gave peasants the right to estates * lack of food – bread rationing * paranoid Lenin could be said to have been the best leader Russia had ever had. It could also be said he was the worst. As a leader, he was successful, he had power and he had followers. Lenin was a natural-born leader; he was strong, wise and extremely loyal to his beliefs. The people adored him at first, His April Theses kept his Marxist beliefs in check, and he used it in order to rule Russia in a communist manner.
Economically, he dominated the economic structure for his beliefs in the Bank of America being run by the wealthy. The Jacksonian Democrats were, to some extent, champions of the Constitution, democracy, liberty, and equality; in other ways, Jackson and his followers clearly failed to live up to their ideals. Certainly, many common working people were satisfied with Jackson's attempts to protect their equality of economic opportunity from the rich during the age of the market revolution. They believed that Jackson was a true success for the common man as is evident in 'The Working Men's Declaration of Independence" of 1829 (Doc. A).
Phillip Dougherty Frye: Tuesday-Thursday 12:00 2. In my mind, Long was a very assertive and charismatic as the governor of Louisiana. However, he did a lot more bad things than he did good things. He was a propaganda machine. Everything he did was trying to win over the people and get him re-elected.
Thomas Jefferson has inspired Americans and the homage paid to him by modern political candidates across the ideological spectrum alone is a testament to the enduring power of his ideas and his continuing hold on their imaginations. However, I feel that Jefferson’s legacy is complex and extremely contradictory. Although he distilled and eloquently expressed ideas about nature, society and rights I still think that he is a big hypocrite. The only thing I can say I took from Thomas Jefferson is that race plays a bigger role in society than we want to
Bernard Marx is a major character in Brave New World and probably the most interesting. In the beginning, when the author introduces the story plot, a character show up and define the law of order. The World State had just become a utopia; free of emotion and desire. Huxley describes Bernard as a jealous man toward Henry Foster because he is successfully acquiring Lenina Crowne. Many other interesting things portrayed Barnard of being “different” as story continue.
Justin Wallace History 112 J Woodrow Wilson Many people believe that Woodrow Wilson was a straight forward idealist who wanted a utopian world view for society. People point to his Nobel Peace Prize and famous 14 Points, and write him off as just another liberal democrat. Few people take into account the personal journey that led him to the values and beliefs he held. I would venture to argue that Wilson was a complex president and his liberal values of economic regulation and diplomacy are very important today. A left leaning president who came from a very complicated political world view.