7 most popular US presidents

In the political history of the United States, 45 presidents have been elected so far. Not everyone has done equal work for the country's development. For example, some presidents have shown quite a lot weakness in administrative work, and there are many who are honest, who have shown their intellect, conscience, and farsightedness in the administration.

Americans have got some presidents in their administrative history.  Today America has become the most powerful country in the world because of the 7 most popular US presidents. The best president in American history has worked for the development of the country, established international relations. And forever they are above the place, time, and political parties have taken place in the hearts of American people.

1) Abraham Lincoln (1861-1865)
 

Abraham Lincoln will be written as an unforgettable name forever on the pages of history. America's 16th president, Lincoln has done a lot for the country! As he leads the country with intellect and courage in the terrible days of civil war, as well as through the declaration of Emancipation, the black chapter of slavery eradicated from America. He had no care of his health. If he could not keep the impression of skill and discretion in the bloody civil war, then perhaps America's current mightiest position would have been different. After the Civil War, he worked tirelessly to rebuild the country and restored relations with the south. This leader, who has been working for the country till death, could not enjoy Americans’ happiness days. In April 1865, during his tenure as President, he was killed by an assassin named John Wilkes Booth.

Abraham Lincoln

                                                     Abraham Lincoln

2) George Washington (1789- 1797)              


George Washington will be remembered for America's economic management, moral authority, and his competence. Known as 'Father of the Nation', George Washington is the first president of America's history. He did not come out of such a big political atmosphere.During the revolutionary war of the country; he served as 'commander in chief'. In the transition period of war, he showed great discretion. Today's modern America started its journey with his strong leadership. In addressing the President of the country, “Mr. Presidentaccosts was established in his time instead of "Your Excellency" word. 

George Washington

                                                                 George Washington

3) Franklin D. Roosevelt (1933-1945) 

         
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the 32nd President of the country, was a very popular president in America's history. He was holding this position for four times. The highly influential Democrat leader has led the party from the front for a long time. In the middle of the twentieth century; he emerged as a great leader in world politics. He was unique in establishing public opinion, the establishment of a united America, establishing international relations and friendship. During World War II, in the worldwide economic crisis, he led America from the front, very equally. He was a heroic character in the eyes of African Americans. Besides, he was a very popular political personality of Catholics, Jewish, and Chinese Americans. Because of his name is a little bigger, he was briefly known as FDR.

Franklin D. Roosevelt
                                                         Franklin D. Roosevelt

4) Theodore Roosevelt (1901-1909)


Theodore Roosevelt assumed the position of president at the youngest age in America's history. He received this responsibility at the age of 42. Theodore has twice served as the President of the United States, worked for many people. This 26th President of America was a skilled administrator, writer, investigator, naturalist, soldier, and above all, a social reformer. He launched the country's domestic program Square Deal. Roosevelt reflected three basic goals: conservation of natural resources, control of corporations, and consumer protection. These three demands are often referred to as the "three C's" of Roosevelt's Square Deal. Apart from Trust busting and Conservation, his role in the 1902 Coal Revolt was very commendable. He was also awarded the Nobel Prize for his outstanding contributions to the 'Russian-Japanese War' and the construction of the Panama Canal. The elected President of the Republican Party has played an outstanding role in America's internal development.

Theodore  Roosevelt
                                                   Theodore  Roosevelt

5) Harry S. Truman (1945-1953)


US 33rd President Harry S. Truman has made outstanding contributions to the reconstruction and social justice of the country during the post World War II crisis. His greatest contribution, he renounced “isolationism” policy of America and commenced internationalist foreign policy by establishing the international friendship. During the Cold War, he concentrated on spreading American influence on the world by diminishing Soviet Russia's capabilities in the international politics.
His Truman Doctrine foreign policy, Steps like the Berlin Air Lift, compel the superpower Russia to withdraw Berlin blockade including mitigating communist threats in Greece and Turkey. The formation of the $ 13 billion 'Marshal Plan' fund to rebuild the Europe which wrecked in war is another great success of his foreign policy. He formed during his tenure national security organizations like NSC, CIA, and NSA including the elimination of apartheid in the American army.

Harry s truman


6) Thomas Jefferson (1801-1809)  

  
Thomas Jefferson worked for the development of democracy twice in the post of President, relentlessly. When America's 3rd President came to power, America was not in today's situation. This person, who was the founder of democracy in America, was a container and carrier of democracy. He worked to establish a free, independent government system from the influential community of society. He used to think- “When government fears the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny." Jefferson was sworn into office on March 4, 1801; he was the first presidential inauguration held in Washington. D.C. He was the principal author of the “Declaration of Independence” of America. Though he was a believer in personal freedom but was slave owner in private life, that’s why his critics pointing out the contradiction between his ownership of slaves and his famous declaration that "all men are created equal. He also worked for the freedom of the press. His democratic belief was that an independent democracy could not be possible if he could not control himself at the personal level. During his reign, he tried to keep the government as 'simple and cost-free' as possible.

 Thomas Jefferson
                                                                     Thomas Jefferson

7) John F. Kennedy (1961-1963)


John F. Kennedy is the first Roman Catholic and 2nd youngest President in America's history. The 35th President of America has been working in the army despite being a wealthy family. To overcome the recession, the steps taken by him to speed up America’s domestic market and economy were highly appreciated. During the Cold War, in Cuba, in Vietnam-based complications, he handled efficiently the situation of nuclear war with Soviet Russia. He was also a supporter of the public service and civil rights movement. On November 22, 1963, Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. He was better known as JFK.

John F. Kennedy

                                                           John F. Kennedy




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