America's Best Presidents in History
Legendary American Presidents
Ronald Reagan was born up north in Illinois on February 6, 1911. His college days were spent at Eureka College where he earned his degree a Bachelor's degree in Arts of Economics & Sociology. He originally started out in the Democratic Party then, he switched parties over to the Republican Party. In Los Angeles, in the early 30s. He started working on his acting career first in films and later on in his career, he was on television. He was the 4oth President of The United States (1981–89). Prior to that, he was the 33rd Governor of California (1967–75), and a radio, film and television actor. He passed away June 5, 2004. He served two terms but, in the first term he survived an assassination attempt.This was a scary moment for Reagan. Reagan had a take no prisoners approach and to be honest it helped to keep America safe at times. Reagan's wife, Nancy, helped launch the, Say No To Drugs, Campaign. Reagan used to be an actor which really helped him during speeches. He always sounded so impressive when he talked on the microphone. Mr. Reagan had so many achievements before he became President, that he just added that to his resume.
Some Americans did not like Ronald Reagan and some in the American public loved him. One thing is to be sure he was widely respected among the majority. Reagan had a of of critics when he decided that he was going to run for the office of Presidency. Reagan had to prove him self to several critics. During the course of his Presidency, he proved he was a great leader. Most people listened to what he had to say.
Also unmistakeably known as FDR. He was our 32nd President and he is the only American President to be elected to more than two terms in office. He alongside Winston Churchill defeated Germany in World War 2 which was a major accomplishment. He is in part responsible for social security and against the Nazis in WWII. He introduced a bill called The New Deal which helped stimulate economic growth across the board. He also helped influence the creation of The United Nations and every major history scholar, ranked him as the first or second best in history. FDR contracted Polio and he was permanently paralyzed from the waist down. He fought against Polio and he helped to found The March of Dimes. He was also former Governor of New York, Assistant Secretary of The Navy and The former New York Senate. Although Clinton had his bad moments like the sex scandal, he persevered and even got reelected president. He has the highest approval rating of any President in history.
Roosevelt was a much loved and respected President who took everything seriously and it made him a great U.S. President. His stance and action regarding WW2 helped shape the public's view of him.
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Who is the Best U.S. President of All Time?
John F. Kennedy
JFK was the 35th President of The United States and the first and only Catholic President. He was a US Senator from Massachusetts and also served as a Member of The US House of Representatives for Massachusetts. He was also a military commander during WWII. He is also the only President who has won a Pulitzer Prize and another amazing fact is that he is the youngest man to ever be elected at the age of forty-three. Kennedy activated military units with success during The Bay of Pigs Invasion and he won another war during The Cuban Missile Crisis. John Kennedy was assassinated during his Presidency but, will never be forgotten. John Kennedy was a true people person and accomplished a great deal in a short time. He had a calm demeanor with a steely confidence that is very rare indeed. It is sad that he went before his time because he was well on his way to becoming hands down the best President in U.S. history. He was a tireless American President who was giving his all upon his death in the turbulent 60s. He and his family were always surrounded by death. The deaths always seemed suspicious.
William Jefferson Clinton was the 42nd President of The United States and he served two terms in office. He also served as the Governor of Arkansas and The Attorney General of Arkansas. During his presidency, economic expansion hit record numbers. Clinton is responsible for NAFTA and he also implemented "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," in the military. He passed welfare reform and he had a budget surplus during his term. His approval rating upon leaving office was very high. Clinton and his wife Hilary for that matter had law degrees and they were both very smart and Bill has A plus people skills. He traveled around the globe keeping peace with all countries which was great. Clinton had a charisma not seen since John F. Kennedy decades earlier. No matter whether you were democrat, republican, woman, man or black or white Clinton had fans everywhere.
Abraham Lincoln was born in Kentucky in 1809 and was assassinated in 1865. He was the 16th President of the United States and was a Whig party leader and a one term member of the U.S. House of Representatives. He helped win the American Civil war, abolish slavery and modernize the American economy among other thing's. If he were not killed he would have done more but he still took this country by storm and helped mold it into a true Democracy. He made policies that seemed extreme for tye time but helped keep our country free.
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