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Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Take John Adams, who catapulted to fame after defending British soldiers accused in the Boston Massacre. Adams himself said "one of the most gallant, generous, manly, and disinterested actions of my whole life, and one of the best pieces of service I ever rendered my country." Adams would later be a key figure pushing for American independence, even in the face of concern among some of the delegates to the Continental Congress. He would then become Vice President under George Washington and the second President of the United States, beating out Thomas Jefferson-- who would beat him four years later. Adams' son, John Quincy Adams, would later become President himself.
Next we see our seventh president, Andrew Jackson. Jackson largely taught himself and became a successful lawyer. He was also a war hero from his successful defense of New Orleans in the War of 1812. Taking his knowledge of the law together with his days in the military, Old Hickory was able to catapult his way into the White House for two terms, building the modern Democratic Party. Jackson would help extend the franchise to all adult white men and prevented South Carolina from seceding. By putting the power of the states in front of the federal government, Jackson would be the first populist president.
Next we have our 16th President, Abraham Lincoln. Another largely self taught man, Lincoln used his experience in the law to get elected to Congress. He would then become the first Republican President in 1861 after the most contentious election in the nation's history. He would then use his four years in office preserving the Union and making sure that the country survived. Lincoln is a hero to just about every American citizen, and is the Great Emancipator that freed most of the slaves on January 1, 1864. His Gettysburg Address helped salve the wounds of a war that would claim the most lives in American history. The martyred Lincoln is revered today and his memorial still stands tall in Washington DC. His beard and honesty are near legendary in American history and still provide inspiration for people of all different lots in life even today.
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