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The Presidents Job
Transcript of The Presidents Job
The responibility of Commander in Chief rests on the president.
The President has the power to influence vertually every activity of the national goverment.
The President id both a national spokes man and a world leader.
Ceremonial Head Of State
The President places a wreath at the Tomb of Unknown Soldier or festively open a fair. Manager Of The Economy
We expect our president to maintain prosperity, disrupt strikes, keep employment full and the varies markets healthy. Party Leader
A President above Partisan Politics, Jus like George Washington. He thought that there should be minimum political parties, but turns out unlike his beliefs there was a rise of parties.
Americans expecth the President to do more than govern; they expect him to lead. To take new challenges, provide comfort and inspiration in times of crisis. Thomas Jefferson
Approved the Lousiana Purchase for $15 million, doubling the area of the united states. Abraham Lincoln
Drafted and issued the Emancipation Proclamation, ordering that on Jan. 1, 1863, all slave states still in rebellion, would be " then, thenceforward, and forever free. Theodore Roosevelt
Helped the goverment transfer 125 million acres of public land into the forest reserves and established sixteen national monuments and fifty-one wildlife refuges. Franklin D. Roosevelt
His greatest accomplishment was his ability to lead, inspire, and assure Americans through many dark years as he projected a gallant, even joyous, spirit.
John F. Kennedy
John F. Kennedy sought a bold goal that would inspire and excite the American public, and ensure its commitment to an expensive space program Lyndon B. Johnson
Johnson pushed through the 1964 Civil Rights Act outlawing discrimination in employment, the 1965 Voting Rights Act, and the 1968 Civil Rights Act barring discrimination in housing. The President's Job