Presidency Essay Topics

The Strengths and Weaknesses of Andrew Jackson’s Presidency

Andrew Jackson was called the first “people’s president. ” A strong leader, he was extremely popular among the western farmers and the working classes. However, he believed that everyone was capable of filling in a government position thus one of his first moves was to replace the corrupt and incompetent civil servants with his supporters… View Article

Presidential Voting

The coming presidential election may be seen as a great political turning point for the country as the freshest ideologies are being imposed by the candidates. However, even though that there are two major choices for the presidency, my personal alignment to Hillary Clinton’s disposition is truly evident. I really do think that she has… View Article

The Life and Presidency which were ended

He was the first American President to be born in the twenty-first century. He became the first American President of Roman Catholic religion. At the age of 43, he was the youngest man ever to assume the seat of the chief executive of the United States of America. He was also the youngest ever president… View Article

Nixon’s presidency

There are three major issues emphasized during the 1969-1974 term of President Richard Nixon: Vietnam, domestic policies, and the infamous Watergate affair. Nixon inherited the Vietnam War from Lyndon Johnson. The war had caused years of turmoil among Americans who believed that America should not even participate in the war in the first place. In… View Article

Obama and the Presidency

It has been said that every presidential election is historical, and for all intents and purposes that is correct. But that particular statement could not have been more apt than now, with the election of Barack Obama to the presidency. The past presidential election is crucial to our country, primarily because these are extraordinary times…. View Article

Creating The Presidency

Milkis and Nelson state that The American Presidency was the first comprehensive one volume history of the presidency. They focus primarily upon the institution of the presidency itself. Meanwhile, the executive power issue in chapter two “creating the presidency,” Milkis and Nelson quote Charles Thatch as having written in 1922 that “the executive article fairly… View Article