Why in demoractic era, they decided to change the title of elected head of state?
Traditionally the head of state, is call a King or Emperor, even amount some early civilizations where the head of state is democractic elected, it is still call a King. Of course, with the exception of Ancient Greek and Rome, no democratic system ever lasted long, due to ill thought out structure, till the American succeed in a democratic system and everybody follow it. But the US, change the title of the head of state from an Emperor to a President. So, today, all democratic elected head of state, today, is call a President. But what inspire the US to use this alternative title to begin with
Reading the letters our founders wrote to each othe would provide the insight you seek.
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