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Alex Shields PS 301 Final Paper Due: 12-7-06 Presidential Legacies Presidential legacies are taken very seriously by those who have lived in the White House. To be remembered for doing great things for America is every President’s dream. This is why President’s strive so hard to do big things while they are in office. The Presidencies of Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush were in no short supply of major events. These three presidents have left their mark on the American people. Reagan’s cool headed conservative agenda led to big tax cuts as well as economic growth. Clinton enjoyed the greatest period of prosperity the United States has ever seen. George Bush, though his Presidency has been riddled with controversy, has handled situations to the best of his ability and must rely on history to vindicate him. These American Presidents have implicated a lot of very important domestic policies, many of which are still used today. Ronald Wilson Reagan was one of the most beloved and popular presidents of all time. First elected in 1980, with running mate George H. W. Bush, Reagan wasted no time moving ahead with his agenda. Reagan didn’t believe in big governments. He preferred to think that the American people could help themselves during the economic recession that followed his election into office. ( http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/presidents/40_reagan/reagan_domestic.html
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course PS 301 taught by Professor Figgins during the Spring '08 term at N.C. State.

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