President Essay Topics

President Kennedy as the person who saved the west from nuclear war

Section 1 The Cold war, which existed between the Soviet Union and the United States following World War ll, and the constant threat of nuclear devastation, which it presented, evolved throughout its history. The relationship between these two super powers was strained at the best, at its worst; it was hostile and came near the… View Article

President Clinton’s

DeMan (1988) argued that most of the problems and hindrances to Implementing GIS in the earlier days of this technology are rooted in organisational and not technical. Understanding the organisation within which GIS are to function is fundamental to understanding the challenges of development and implementation. (Peuquet and Bacastow 1991) Peuquet and Bacastow (1991) examined… View Article

1860 Presidential Election

Every four years, each presidential candidate proclaims that the problems facing the nation this year is graver and more important than any other time in American history. The 1860 Presidential election stands alone as the most important presidential election in American history because this actually was the case. There have been other elections that have… View Article

Woman president in america

One fascinating subject matter in America is the readiness of its citizens to have a woman president or an African-American president. Generally, this paper would tackle the issue on woman president as a whole without giving a dichotomy between the races that are available in the said country. Hints about the racial and class dichotomies… View Article

The Kennedy and Oswald Assassinations

On a beautiful autumn day in Dallas 1963, President John F. Kennedy arrived in for what could have been a hostile greeting.  Unofficially, it was a campaign trip, but officially, the trip was meant to put out fires and garner support for a soon to come Presidential campaign the following year.  The Presidential party started… View Article

The JFK Assassination and the Imminently

The assassination of President John F. Kennedy still haunts the American people with images of one of its leader’s murdered in the most horrific of manners. The ultimate surrealism of that moment has lead to lasting debate on whether his assassination was the act of a sole sociopath whose reasons are shrouded in mystery or… View Article

The Nature And Effects Of Presidential Pardon

ABSTRACT             The executive department, headed by the country’s President is regarded separate from the justice department. However with the Constitution’s grant of presidential power to pardon, there have been raised arguments and controversies as to the possible damaging effects of this power. Legal experts have even differing views as to the nature and extent… View Article

Presidential election of 2008

As American voters went to the poll this year, they undoubtedly also reflected on what will become of the Presidential election of 2008, and how they will choose between the candidates. Many Americans might believe that voters are driven by Republican or Democratic loyalty, the state of the war on Iraq, the state of the… View Article

The Truman Doctrine

In his address to a joint session of Congress on March 12, 1947 President Truman officially committed the United States to an ideological cold war. Newsweek magazine called it “America’s Date with Destiny.” With unmistakable clarity Truman stated the principle that would guide U.S. global strategy for the next four decades: “I believe it must… View Article

President Theodore Roosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt was an asthmatic, nearsighted, shy and physically weak child who later on became one of the most powerful Presidents of the United States. His leadership style was tough, yet his charisma kept him in the circles of smart people. His communication skills were popular among the masses but his tough leadership style was… View Article

Thomas Jefferson And Bill Clinton

Forty-second President of the United States of America, William Jefferson Clinton, got his middle name from the country’s third president, Thomas Jefferson.  Though they were separated by years, many aspects of their ideals remained the same.  Jefferson helped create the democratic foundation of the country, despite running into many opponents along the way, and President… View Article

Why I want To Be President

Hola! “Why did the chicken cross the road?” Well, according to George W. Bush, the President of the United States, a proper answer could be. “We don’t really care why the chicken crossed the road. We just want to know if the chicken is on our side of the road or not. The chicken is… View Article

President Richard Nixon’s Resignation Speech

This paper will study the complete text of President Richard Nixon’s resignation speech made on Aug. 8, 1974. The resignation speech is available at the watergate. info’s website at: http://www. watergate. info/nixon/resignation-speech. shtml This material was published to provide not just the American public, but the rest of the world, what considerations the president made… View Article

Franklin Pierce

Franklin Pierce (November 23, 1804 – October 8, 1869) was the 14th President of the United States, serving from 1853 to 1857, an American politician and lawyer. To date, he is the only President from New Hampshire. Pierce was a Democrat and a “doughface” (a Northerner with Southern sympathies) who served in the U. S…. View Article

Transformational Leadership

Individualized Consideration By virtue of his position, the President cannot pay personal attention to all the citizens; however, he can effectively demonstrate the so-called symbolic concern (Avilio, Walman & Yammarino, 1991). Kennedy sends a message of empowerment to all his fellow citizens and calls upon each and every of them to join the struggle for… View Article